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Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 26

    • Every Metra Line Delayed as Storm Dumps up to 13 Inches of Snow (Tribune)
    • Driver Jumps Curb in Hinsdale, Fatally Striking Woman, 71 (Tribune)
    • Fatal Tractor Crash Delayed Holiday Travel on Amtrak's Carl Sandberg Line (Tribune)
    • After Chuyuan Qiu's 2016 Death, Bike Lanes Installed on Sheridan (Daily Northwestern)
    • Can Metra and Lake County Reverse the Plight of the Reverse Commuter? (Tribune)
    • Study: Drivers Traveled 1.9M Extra Miles Due to Closed City Emission Test Sites (WTTW)
    • Artists Want to Clean up, Activate "Neglected" Woodard Plaza (Block Club)
    • New Parking App "SpotAngels" Coming to Chicago (Tribune)
    • There Are Still Dozens of Payphones Within the CTA System (CBS)
    • How Does the CTA Decide How to Pronounce Street Names in Announcements? (WBEZ)
    • CTA Holiday Train Begins Running in Chicago Today (WGN)

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