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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 7

    • Tribune article on new study of Chicagoland congestion does not contain the word "transit"
    • Crash involving 3 semi drivers shuts down lanes on I-80 near Indianapolis Boulevard (CBS)
    • Streets and San depot near Thorndale stop could be replaced with 80 affordable units (Block Club)
    • 11-story office building near Morgan stop with 39 car spots features "CTA-inspired lobby" (YIMBY)
    • Ken Griffin, who gave $12M for LFT separation, donates $5M for Miami’s Underline (Miami Herald)
    • Ald. Gardiner’s challenger would be booted from 45th Ward in proposed ward remap (Block Club)
    • "Crazy and weird" sport of cyclocross brings national championships to Wheaton (Tribune)
    • Woman discovers the magic of O’Hare Airport on all-night layover: ‘It’s amazing in there" (Block Club)
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