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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 11

    • Preckwinkle discusses the South Side Metra improvements proposal with the Crain's editorial board
    • Driver, 75, struck and seriously injured boy on bike, 15, in Park Ridge (Sun-Times)
    • Committee approves $4.9M settlement for family of Chequeta Adams, killed in crash with off-duty cop (NBC)
    • 9-story co-living TOD proposed for currency exchange site at Chicago and LaSalle (Curbed)
    • Park Ridge City Council poised to OK electronic arrival-time signs at bus stops (Tribune)
    • Two Evanston Metra viaducts set for fresh paint next year (Evanston Now)
    • Wheeling’s plans to make pedestrian improvements around Metra station (Journal and Topics)

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– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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