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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 22

    • CTA 2022 budget calls for maintaining service levels, no fare hikes, cutting pass costs (Tribune)
    • Encuentro Square,  100-unit affordable housing project near Bloomingdale Trail, coming in 2022 (Block Club)
    • Police release description of car whose driver critically injured pedestrian in Chicago Lawn (Sun-Times)
    • Cop faces firing for allegedly detaining CTA employee who accused fellow officer of misconduct (Sun-Times)
    • Could Evanston get a 606-style elevated rails-to-trails? (Chicago NUMTOT)
    • Morton Grove close to establishing new TIF aimed at generating development near Metra station (Tribune)
    • Here's a searchable map of public bathrooms in Chicago (Tribune)
    • Get national headlines at Streetsblog USA
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