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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 6

    • Editorial: To Reduce Crashes, CTA Should Assign Veteran Drivers to Toughest Routes (Sun-Times)
    • MPC: If Chicago Was Less Segregated We Could Save Lives, Futures, and Money
    • Time Looks at the CREATE Project to Unclog Chicago Freight Traffic
    • Chicago Woman Sues Uber After Fellow Passenger Allegedly Stabbed Her During Ride (Tribune)
    • Army Corps of Engineers, Friends of the Chicago River Discussed Plans for River Trail (Active Trans)
    • New CAF Graphic Novel "No Small Plans" Aims to Empower Youth, Features The 606 (CityLab)
    • Permit Issued for 100-Unit Tower Replacing Gas Station at Sheridan/Broadway (Curbed)
    • What the Chagall? Changes Are Coming to Chase Tower's Plaza (Curbed)

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