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Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 29

8:58 AM CDT on October 29, 2018

    • Emanuel Talks Bikes, Transit, Gas Tax, O'Hare Express on a Bike Ride (Tribune)
    • Jesus Lopez, 72, Died 2 Weeks After Driver Struck Him in Chicago Lawn (Sun-Times)
    • Man Who Lost Part of His Leg After Chasing Bus Is Suing the CTA (CBS)
    • CTA Will Test Transit Information Screens on Buses (Sun-Times)
    • Washington-Wabash Stop Wins an American Institute of Architects Award (Tribune)
    • Lincoln Square Residents Say They Want Better Bike/Ped Facilities (Block Club)
    • Detour for Bikes and Buses During Chicago Avenue Bridge Reconstruction (Tribune)
    • Ribbon Cut on New Metra Platform in Willow Springs (Tribune)
    • 7-Year Waiting List for Parking Permits for Naperville Metra Station (Tribune)
    • "Elevated: Art and Architecture on the CTA" Book Released (Sun-Times)
    • 5 Ways Chicago Shaped Bike Culture (Curbed)
    • Mountain bikers Urge Dundee Township Not to Ban Cycling in Local Woods (Tribune)

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