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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 28

    • Transit Access Is One Reason Jackson Park Is Right Choice for Obama Library (Crain's)
    • Schweiterman: Car Sharing Is Good for the City, So Why Is It So Heavily Taxed? (Crain's)
    • 7 Injured, 6 Critically, in Washington Heights Crash (CBS)
    • CTA & Metra Launch Expanded Service for Lollapalooza (NBC)
    • ...But Make Sure Your Phone Is Still Charged After Fest If You're Using Ventra App (Tribune)
    • During Signal Trouble, Trains Were Unable to Enter Union Station's South End (ABC)
    • Aurora Establishes a Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Council (Tribune)
    • Ex-NBC Anchor Launches Podcast Featuring Interviews With Lyft Passengers (Chicagoist)
    • New West Loop Development Would Have 627 Units, 300 Spots (Curbed)
    • TRF Webinar Today at Noon on Self-Driving Vehicles & Transit: RSVP at 312-362-5731

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