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February 24, 2014 | RedEye staff report
Passengers on the Metra Union Pacific North line heading out of the city Monday morning witnessed a man jumping from the top of the outbound train to the inbound train that was headed to downtown Chicago. Trains stopped at the Rogers Park station at approximately 7:45 a.m. but are now moving. "We can see his shadow," said passenger Mike Pastore while the trains were stopped. "There's a building next to the train and we can see the shadow of the man on top of the train. We can't see him directly, but we can hear him running back and forth on top of the...
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February 24, 2014 | RedEye staff report
Passengers on the Metra Union Pacific North line heading out of the city Monday morning witnessed a man jumping from the top of the outbound train to the inbound train that was headed to downtown Chicago. Trains stopped at the Rogers Park station at approximately 7:45 a.m. but are now moving. "We can see his shadow," said passenger Mike Pastore while the trains were stopped. "There's a building next to the train and we can see the shadow of the man on top of the train. We can't see him directly, but we can hear him running back and forth on top of the...
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November 28, 2011 | By Tracy Swartz, RedEye
Cyber Monday is over - but the shopping season is just beginning. Instead of avoiding lines - why not embrace them? "L" lines are the subject of several CTA-related gifts including T-shirts and greeting cards. Buses, too, have inspired presents from tokens to pins. To keep you in the Loop this holiday season, Going Public has rounded up 12 gifts of Christmass transit and matched them to the riders you love (or love to hate). For the: > > Hipster with the shoulder bag who tries to bring his bike on the train during rush hour … Buttons of various CTA stops for $1 each on etsy.com > >...
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November 28, 2011 | By Tracy Swartz, RedEye
Cyber Monday is over - but the shopping season is just beginning. Instead of avoiding lines - why not embrace them? "L" lines are the subject of several CTA-related gifts including T-shirts and greeting cards. Buses, too, have inspired presents from tokens to pins. To keep you in the Loop this holiday season, Going Public has rounded up 12 gifts of Christmass transit and matched them to the riders you love (or love to hate). For the: > > Hipster with the shoulder bag who tries to bring his bike on the train during rush hour … Buttons of various CTA stops for $1 each on etsy.com > >...
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