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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 24

    • Tribune Editorial: If We Want Decent Transportation, We Need to Find New Ways to Fund It
    • Metra Looks at Ways to Ensure That All Fares Are Collected (Tribune)
    • Aldermen Overwhelmingly Vote to Save the Dodge Avenue Protected Bike Lanes (Daily Northwestern)
    • Wilson/Lamon, Site of an Aldermanic Showdown 3 Years Ago, Will Keep Eastbound Traffic (Nadig)
    • U. of I. Shuttle Bus Company Faces Civil Rights Lawsuit for Racist Marketing (Sun-Times)
    • The Shuttle Company Doxed Customers by Publishing Personal Info on "Wall of Shame" (Daily Illini)
    • South Works Developer Says the Project Is Still Happening (Crain's)
    • Schaumburg May Spend $10.2M on New Road for Motorola Campus Redevelopment (Herald)
    • Working Bikes Partners With Tinley Park Church for Cycle Collection Drive (Tribune)

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