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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 13

9:04 AM CDT on October 13, 2022

    • City aims to bolster transit-oriented developments to convince Chicagoans to rely less on cars (Tribune)
    • Transit advocates criticize new regional transportation plan that includes expressway expansion (Sun-Times)
    • Metra may keep $100 Super Saver pass as board balks at return to zoned system (Daily Herald)
    • Downtown Chicago struggling with low Friday foot traffic (Axios)
    • E-scooter, e-bike, hoverboard injuries, deaths spike in recent years, report says (ABC 7)
    • Trying to sell your Peloton bike? You're not the only one. (Bustle)
    • Learn about Portage Park history on a walking tour this weekend (Block Club)
    • Walking and bicycling advocate Paul Struebing announces run for 41st Ward seat (Block Club)
    • Pro tips for Open House Chicago (Axios)
    • The CHA keeps giving away valuable land while HUD rubber-stamps the deals (Propublica)
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