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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 14

    • Chicago Taps Musk and His Hypothetical Tunneling Tech for O'Hare Express Project (Tribune)
    • Scheinfeld Talks to WBEZ About Efforts to Address Chicago's Pedestrian Fatality Surge
    • CTA Signs off on Purchase 20 All-Electric Buses for $32M (Tribune)
    • Man Dies After Falling Off Pedestrian Bridge Near Wrigley Building (Tribune)
    • WTTW Reporter and Triathlete Elizabeth Brackett Critically Injured in LFT Bike Crash
    • $5K Reward Offered to Find Driver Who Killed Motorcyclist Steve Lajin, 22 (WGN)
    • CBS Looks at Commuter Crowding Associated With Metra's PTC Installation Schedule
    • Active Trans Looks at Bike Lane Uprising's Effort to Keep Bikeways Clear and Safe
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