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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 18

8:54 AM CDT on September 18, 2018

    • Editorial: Will Chicago's Next Mayor Seize the Opportunity to Improve Transit? (Tribune)
    • Last Weekend CTA Shut Down Belmont Blue Stop With Little Notice for Rehab Work (Curbed)
    • Metra Marks a PTC Milestone, With Gear Installed in 528 Vehicles, 240 Trackside Locations (NBC)
    • STB Nudges Amtrak and Metra Towards Settlement of Union Station Dispute (Mondaq)
    • Man in Critical Condition After Crashing Corvette Into Skokie Building (CBS)
    • CBS Corrects Dearborn Bike Lane Segment After SBC Post Pointing Out Its Errors
    • RAGE Is Turning a Vacant Lot In Englewood Into a Community Space (Block Club)
    • Evanston Will Renew Divvy Contract for 3 Years, Buy 3 More Stations (Evanston Now)
    • Geneva Approves Trail Extension Despite NIMBY Claims It Will Bring Crime Wave (ABC)
    • Lincoln Towing Is Back in Business "On the Shortest Leash Possible" (Tribune)
    • Cubs' Ben Zobrist Discusses His Bike Commute to Wrigley (Bicycling)

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