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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 6

    • Active Trans Releases Report With Recommendations to Speed Up Chicago Buses, Grow Ridership
    • Man Charged With Armed Robberies at Grand, Belmont Red Line Stations (Sun-Times)
    • As Crashes rise, Suburbs Try to Make Walking and Biking Safer (Daily Herald)
    • Has Chicago's Commercial Real Estate Market Peaked? (Crain's)
    • Logan Square's LGBT-Friendly TOD Is Read to Rise (Curbed)
    • Autonomous Tenants Union Held an Anti-Displacement Protest in CTA-Friendly Albany Park
    • Romeoville Metra Stop Nearly Complete, Will include 123 Car-Parking Spots (Herald News)
    • Should "Downstate Illinois" Refer to Places Beyond the Metra Zone? (ProPublica)
    • Trek Bike Shop Will Open at 1647 N. Milwaukeee (DNA -- R.I.P.)
    • Party on Wayne! Aurora Is Getting a 900-Foot Bike/Ped Bridge Across the Fox River (Tribune)
    • Learn About Plans to Extend the Salt Creek Thursday 7 PM at Imperial Oak Brewing (Active Trans)

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