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Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 15

    • State Lawmakers Say There Could Finally Be a Big Transpo Infra Bill After Election (Tribune)
    • Community Groups From Across the City Endorse Active Trans' Call for a Bike/Walk Fund
    • Women's March Takes Over Downtown Streets for a March to the Polls (Tribune)
    • Driver Ran Red at 43rd/Western, Killing Daniela Chavez, 5, Injuring 7 Others (Tribune)
    • Oswego Officials Hope to Speed up Talks About Extending Metra to Kendall County (Tribune)
    • 100% Affordable Building With 48 Units, 24 Spots Planned Near Kimball Station (Block Club)
    • Buffalo Grove Police Participated in National Walk and Bike to School Day (Tribune)
    • Bicycling Mag Edits Chicago Bikeway Mileage Numbers Following SBC Post Correcting Them
    • Man: I Shouldn't Be Charged for Taking $1K Bike Because I Left My Own Bike Behind (WBBM)
    • Curbed Talks With Daniel Hertz About His New Book "The Battle of Lincoln Park"
    • Curbed Checks Out Bike Lane Uprising's Efforts to Document, Stop Bikeway Obstructions
    • Bike Lane Uprising at Hack Night This Tuesday -- Online RSVP Required by Noon That Day

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Note: Streetsblog Chicago will be on vacation the week of Monday, October 22.

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