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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 26

9:08 AM CST on November 26, 2019

    • Data shows price of shared Uber trips in Chicago has risen significantly while UberX price hasn't  (Reuters)
    • Several injured, including 3 children in Brighton Park crash; driver cited for lack of child seats (Sun-Times)
    • Turning jeep driver critically injured man, 22, in Steger crosswalk, sun in driver's eyes blamed (Southtown)
    • Why Chicago needs dedicated funding for walking and biking safety infrastructure (Active Trans)
    • The 312 RiverRun bicycle causeway near Addison Street is ready to ride (Active Trans)
    • Cosmic Bikes discusses its plans for Bike Shop Day on 12/7, including donations to Lydia Home (BRAIN)
    • CTA Holiday Train rolls out on Friday (CBS)

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