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Today’s Headlines for Monday, September 16

9:28 AM CDT on September 16, 2019

    • Aldermen to consider plan to end suspension of driver's licenses for unpaid tickets (Block Club)
    • John discusses how reduced-fare or free transit could pay for itself on Outside the Loop Radio
    • Hit-and-run driver struck and killed woman, 53, in downtown Deerfield (Tribune)
    • Driver fatally struck male pedestrian, 63, in Elmwood Park (Sun-Times)
    • Blue Line service was partially halted for hours after reported suicide on tracks (CBS)
    • Man, 44, critically injured after crashing his SUV into building at Division/Halsted (ABC)
    • 5 injured in car crash on Lake Shore Drive near Maggie Daley Park (ABC)
    • Collision between Metra train and semi near 75th/Western causes partial derailment (WGN)
    • Award-winning poet takes inspiration from the rhythms of the CTA (Tribune)
    • State rep Andrade does interview at Irving Blue stop to discuss pigeon guano problem, gets pooped on (CBS)
    • Attention rail rans: Support Midwest High Speed Rail Association by buying cool schwag from their gift shop

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– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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