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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, August 31

    • New Washington-Wabash 'L' Station Opens Today (CBS)
    • #11 Lincoln Bus Pilot Ends Friday -- A Timeline of the Failed Effort to Restore Service (DNA)
    • There Will Be Three Vision Zero West Side Open Houses in Late September
    • Active Trans Releases a Statement on Equity and Inclusion
    • Man Charged With Shooting on Jackson Red Line Platform (Tribune)
    • Both Drivers Charged With DUIs in Oakbrook Terrace Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Police: Man Tops 120 on Motorcycle Near Libertyville, Knocks Over Deputy (Sun-Times)
    • At Open House on Milwaukee From Logan to Belmont, Residents Ask for Protected Lanes (DNA)
    • Gubernatorial Hopeful & Billionaire J.B. Pritzker Says He Sometimes Rides the #151 Bus (Tribune)
    • What Kind of Development Will Replace This Wicker Park Gas Station? (Curbed)
    • What to Eat, Drink, and Do in CTA-Accessible Suburbs (RedEye)
    • Active Trans Leads a Bike Tour of the S. Branch of Chicago River on 9/17

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