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Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 26

    • $8.5B O'Hare Expansion Proposal Would Nearly Double Airport's Size (Tribune)
    • Metra Ridership Fell 4.4 Percent Over Last 4 Years, Railroad Is Buying Locomotives (Tribune)
    • While Rahm Fixates on O'Hare Express, Blue Line Overcrowding Needs to Be Addressed (Tribune)
    • CTA Ironworker and Foreman Tommy Gardiner Killed in Car Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Red Line Passengers Tackle Man Who Attacked Pregnant Train Operator (Sun-Times)
    • Video Footage Leads to Arrest After Woman Knocked Unconscious, Robbed on Blue Line (Tribune)
    • Neo-Nazis Attempt to Hang Anti-Immigration Banner from 1-290 Overpass in Oak Park (CBS)
    • Lake Forest Officials Criticized for Paying $200K to Lobby for Amtrak Station (Tribune)
    • Transit Workers Teach "Be Safe on the CTA" Classes in CPS Schools (Tribune)
    • Merchandise Mart Owners Want to Project Art (and Ads?) Onto Building (Tribune)
    • Tollway Chair Speaks at City Club Today at 12:15 -- Watch Livestream Here
    • Critical Mass Art Show Takes Place the Last Weekend in March in Garfield Park (Chainlink)

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