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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, June 7

9:10 AM CDT on June 7, 2016

    • Active Trans: Responsibility for Fatal Crashes Lies with Drivers, Not Pedestrians
    • MPC: Union Station Should Implement Burnham's Original Plan for High-Rise Above Station
    • Chicago Is a Role Model as Detroit Moves to Build a Functional Transit System (Michigan Live)
    • More Info on the CTA's Heritage Fleet Rail Car & Bus Preservation Program (DNA)
    • Daytime Closure of Clybourn From Racine to Southport for Water Main Work (DNA)
    • Ridge Closed Between Bryn Mawr & Thorndale for 5-6 Weeks (DNA)
    • Edison Park Alderman, Committeeman Spar Over Proposed Anti-TOD (Curbed)
    • Artists Are Creating Installations for New South Lakefront Hiking Trail (DNA)
    • Be Thankful That "Drunken Rideshare Tales" Narrators Didn't Drive Home (RedEye)
    • The Next Chicago Bike Safety Debate: Are Beekeeper Suits Needed for Cycling? (DNA)
    • Transport Chicago Conference This Friday Features Q & A With Blankenhorn, Luann Hamilton
    • Evanston Bike Expo This Sunday Features Divvy Info, The Recyclery & Mr. Bike

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