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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 29

9:00 AM CDT on June 29, 2016

    • Activists Lobby for Longer Hours, Weekend Service for 31st Street Bus Pilot (DNA)
    • Eugene Oregon's Bus Rapid Transit System Is a Model for Chicago (Active Trans)
    • A Round-up of Recent Transit New (MPC)
    • North Ave. Bridge Set to Reopen This Weekend; Pedestrian Fatally Struck Nearby (Tribune)
    • Man on Bike Killed in Train Crash Near 59th and Narragansett (NBC)
    • 19-Year-Old Man Dies After Driving Into Building Near 79th and Western (Tribune)
    • Lyft Driver Sexually Harassed Passenger, Threatened Violence After She Reported Him (DNA)
    • Newsy Visits the Bronzeville Bike Box Community Bike Shop
    • MPC Decided to "Dwell" on the Topic of How Pre-Paid Boarding Can Speed Bus Times
    • Good Thing Someone Saw "Poltergeist": City Won't Dig up Graves for Road Project (DNA)
    • 88-Keyed Placemaking: Pianos Are Being Installed at Parks and Beaches (DNA)
    • Upcoming "Trail Mix" Events on The 606

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