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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 4

    • Local chambers seek business owner feedback on new Division Street parking meters (Block Club)
    • How New Yorkers preyed on Chicago taxi drivers, making tens of millions flipping medallions (New York Times)
    • Multiple people injured after vehicle collides with Pink Line train (NBC 5)
    • Globe Street looks at the $2.1B first phase of the CTA's Red-Purple modernization project
    • Chicago's scooter pilot program ends Tuesday, October 15 (Curbed)
    • Another key North Branch riverfront site is up for grabs (Crain's)
    • Duckworth and other elected leaders celebrate completion of bridge for heavy rail in Elgin (Tribune)

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