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Today’s Headlines for Monday, December 17

    • Active Trans Releases a Transportation Agenda for Next Mayor, City Council
    • How Lincoln Yards, The 78, Reese Redevelopment Could Reshape Transit (Crain's)
    • New Plan Has Goal of Improving Quality of Life in the Austin Community (Sun-Times)
    • SUV Driver Cited After Fatally Striking Peter Hicks, 61, in Ravenswood (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Struck and Killed Elaine J. Marshall, 55, in Des Plaines (Daily Herald)
    • Teen Fatally Struck Young Woman in Northwest-Suburban Ingleside (Tribune)
    • Police Release Image of Vehicle Whose Driver Injured Ped, 59, in West Loop (ABC)
    • Bike Rider Flies off Cycle After Wheel Gets Stuck in LaSalle Bridge Plates (CBS)
    • Last Month Was the Worst November for CTA Thefts in 15 Years (Tribune)
    • Smallish Riverwalk, Low-Line, and Pedway Projects Had a Big Impact (Curbed)
    • Cyclists Are Looking Forward to Partial Opening of Navy Pier Flyover (CBS)
    • Check out the New Chainlink T-Shirt Design

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