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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 21

    • Tribune: Metra Ridership Fell 9% Between 2014 and 2018, While Fares Rose 4 Times
    • Most Mayoral Candidates Support a Dedicated Bike Walk Fund (Active Trans)
    • No Charges for Driver Who Critically Injured Girl Near Downer's Grove School (Sun-Times)
    • Motorist Charged With DUI for Crash That Injured State Trooper on I-94 (ABC)
    • Driver, 87, Plows Into Mexican Restaurant in Batavia (Sun-Times)
    • Man Who Allegedly Stabbed Passenger on CTA Bus Charged (Block Club)
    • Chicagoans of Various Incomes Discuss They Make Ends Meet, Including Transit (Vice)
    • Chuy Garcia: City Funds Used for 'L' Noise Abatement Wall Behind Burke's House (Sun-Times)
    • Fire at Metal-Plating Plant in Fulton Market Disrupts Green, Pink Line Trains (CBS)
    • 2 TODs Heading to Western Avenue Near the Bloomingdale Trail (Curbed)
    • Arcadis and Jacobs Chosen to Help Lead the CTA's Red and Purple Modernization Project

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