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• Metra may test new program in 2024, when Fair Transit South Cook is slated to end, that will offer half-price fares to low-income residents (Tribune)

• Op-ed: Chicago’s transportation system reinforces insularity and inequity (South Side Weekly)

• 1 killed in I-55 crash south of Harlem Avenue around 2 AM this morning; All outbound traffic blocked at Central Avenue (ABC)

• Person suffered life-threatening injuries in 3-car crash Sunday around 5:47 AM on SB I-55 near Weber Road (CBS)

• Man, 26, is OK after crashing his car into Belmont Harbor Saturday around 3 AM and escaping vehicle before it was completely submerged (ABC)

• Police ask public for help identifying man who walked on elevated tracks from Sheridan to Addison unhurt on 10/19 around 4:20 AM (FOX)

• Over 150 participants take over the streets for Chicago, Bike Grid Now! Tour de Grid South Side addition to demand safer streets (FOX)

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