Metra commuter trains pause at Aurora, Ill., on Aug. 19, 2014, before returning to Chicago. A monthlong shutdown of rail service could force more than 38 million commuters to drive to work or stay home.
Metra commuter trains pause at Aurora, Ill., on Aug. 19, 2014, before returning to Chicago. A monthlong shutdown of rail service could force more than 38 million commuters to drive to work or stay home. Curtis Tate McClatchy
Metra commuter trains pause at Aurora, Ill., on Aug. 19, 2014, before returning to Chicago. A monthlong shutdown of rail service could force more than 38 million commuters to drive to work or stay home. Curtis Tate McClatchy

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