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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 16

10:35 AM CDT on October 16, 2018

    • 27 CEOs Ask Rauner & Pritzker to Commit to $50M State Bike Walk Fund (Active Trans)
    • Active Trans Director Ron Burke Joins Chicago's New Mobility Task Force
    • After Death of Daniela Chavez, 5, Mary Mitchell Voices Support for RLCs (Sun-Times)
    • Balconies Collapse, 2 Injured After Driver Crashes Into Edgewater Building (Sun-Times)
    • Mother of Antonio Cowan, 24, Killed as a Result of Police Chase, Is Suing the City (Sun-Times)
    • A Man With Loaded Guns, Hundreds of Rounds of Ammunition Arrested on Metra (CBS)
    • Chance the Rapper Goes Undercover as a Lyft Driver to Raise Money for CPS (Tribune)
    • Lincolnwood Opens New Touhy Avenue Overpass for Skokie Valley Trail (Tribune)
    • It's Cold. Should the CTA to Turn on the Heat Lamps on 'L' Platforms? (CBS)
    • Could Water Taxis Become Part of the CTA System? (Time Out)
    • Activists Will March for Development Without Displacement on 10/20 (Block Club)

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