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Today’s headlines for Friday, June 17

9:01 AM CDT on June 17, 2016

    • More Coverage of the Blaine Klingenberg Bike Fatality Case (Tribune, DNA)
    • ...And More Clueless Safety Preaching in the Mainstream Media (CBS)
    • CTA Releases Final Designs for New 95th Street Terminal (DNA)
    • Lincoln Ave. Bus Will Reboot on Monday -- With Truncated Hours (DNA)
    • Manor Ave. Neighborhood Greenway May Include Traffic Diverter (DNA)
    • Green Line Arts Center Will Anchor a Transit-Oriented Arts Corridor (Curbed)
    • Park Ridge Residents Call for Better Walking & Biking Conditions (Tribune)
    • Compromise Solution May License Full-Time Ride-Share Drivers (Sun-Times)
    • Rehab Work Has Begun on the 111th Street Metra Station (Tribune)
    • CTA Will Close Addison Blue Line Stop, Alter Loop Trains This Weekend (DNA)
    • New Wolf Point Tower Will Include a 400-Foot Public Riverwalk (Loop North)
    • South Side Critical Mass #WearOrange for Gun Violence Awareness Ride Tonight at 6:30

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