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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, December 4

    • Bureaucratic snag delays Divvy expansion until spring; ridership has dropped a bit (Tribune)
    • Crain's calls the Madison planter removals with no community input "a Meigs-style move"
    • Braidwood mayor charged with DUI, 3 injured after 3-car crash
    • Driver fleeing traffic stop crashes, flips car in Humboldt; police deny chasing him (CBS)
    • Man beaten, robbed on Red Line part of recent string of violent CTA attacks, data shows (ABC)
    • Lawsuit: Ex-CTA employee was fired after blowing whistle on security glitch (Tribune)
    • Metra holds public meeting on extension into Kendall County (Patch)
    • 2 Pace routes will subsidize riders' last-mile trips via taxi or ride-hail (Curbed)
    • Bike Lane Uprising argues that reporting bikeway blockage to 311 is "a placebo" (WTTW)
    • Instead of renaming LSD for DuSable, should we rename it for his wife Kitihawa? (Tribune)

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Thanks for your support, and enjoy the holiday season.

– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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