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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, August 21

    • CDOT Urges Motorists to use Transit as Resurfacing Project Necessitates Lake Shore Drive Lane Closures (Tribune)
    • Renovated Illinois Medical District Blue Line Station Reopens This Morning (ABC7)
    • Street Projects were Coordinated on Belmont to Reduce Closure Times, but Residents Call it Poor Planning (Block Club)
    • Man Found Dead on Tracks at Fullerton CTA Station; Police Are Saying it was an Accident (Tribune)
    • Teens in Art Program Paint New Murals on Viaduct Walls under Future Englewood Line (Block Club)
    • Teacher: CTA Should be Free For CPS Students Who Sometimes Have Trouble Showing Up to Class
    • Metra Operators BNSF and UP Stopped Running Trains During Severe Weather Yesterday Evening (ABC7)
    • Active Transportation Alliance is Hosting a Regional Trails Summit on Saturday

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