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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 8

9:07 AM CDT on October 8, 2021

    • ATA's Kyle Whitehead discusses Chicago's bikeway expansion plans on WBEZ
    • Tribune readers weigh in on ATA director Amy Rynell's op-ed calling for more protected lanes
    • Driver fatally struck woman, 64, crossing Devon in Little India this morning (Sun-Times)
    • Benjamin Kennerly, 89, fatally struck on Bishop Ford Expressway near 120th (NBC)
    • Officials investigating cause of Bryn Mawr Red Line station crane collapse (ABC)
    • After N. Fulton Market development ban lifted, 204 units proposed next to Morgan stop (Crain's)
    • If the Bears moved their stadium to Arlington Heights, how would fans get there? (Herald)
    • Mount Prospect train station, dozens more could be sold (Herald)
    • Diner at Tinley Park’s 80th Ave. station is expansion from hotel at convention center (Tribune)
    • Here's how to get around the city during Sunday's Chicago Marathon (NBC)
    • Metra runs extra train for Sox playoff game on Sunday (CBS)

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