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Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 21

8:55 AM CDT on April 21, 2017

    • Hertz: A Proposal for Making Transit Work Better on the South Side (SSW)
    • Man Stabbed in the head on Red Line Near Sox/35th Station (ABC)
    • CTA Says Lincoln Bus Pilot May Be Canceled Due to Low Ridership (DNA)
    • Inspector General's Office Calls for Abolishing Ward Menu Funding Program (Tribune)
    • Plan Commission Approved 250-Unit, 173-Space Tower Next to Metra in Hyde Park (Curbed)
    • Wabash Lights Team Hopes to Raise Money for Block-Long Installation (Curbed)
    • 26-Cycle Bike-Sharing Program Comes to Valparaiso, IN (Tribune)
    • What's the Best Connection Between the North Branch Trail & Des Plaines River Trail? (Chainlink)
    • New Survey Asks What Are the Barriers to Bicycling in Park Ridge (PRHA)
    • Park Ridge Holds Bike Sale on 4/29; Unsold Cycles Go to Working Bikes (Journal Online)

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