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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, July 13

    • Encouraged by Good Ridership, CTA Extends 31st St. Bus Pilot, but Not Service Hours (Tribune)
    • Study Will Look at Ways to Improve Bus Service on S. Halsted, Including BRT Elements (DNA)
    • North Branch Corridor Could Open to New Zoning Uses by End of the Month (Curbed)
    • Woman Stabbed Outside Jefferson Park Transit Center (ABC)
    • Woman Suing Chicago Police Department Over 2016 Englewood Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Art Installation at 95th Station Will Include Live DJ Booth, Tapestries Made of Fire Hoses (Tribune)
    • Slow Roll Chicago and BUILD Host Bike Ride for Peace Saturday 9 AM 5100 W. Harrison (DNA)
    • Slow Roll Leads a Tour of Beverly July 29 2 PM at 10621 S. Seeley (Beverly Review)

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