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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 2

9:33 AM CDT on April 2, 2019

    • Active Trans Asks Members to Support State Bill for Bike/Ped Funding
    • Chicago Sells 1 in 4 Towed Vehicles but Barely Makes Any Money From It (WBEZ)
    • Infant Seriously Injured in Dan Ryan Crash (NBC)
    • Man Arrested After Allegedly Attacking CTA Rider With Hammer on Red Line (CBS)
    • Man Charged in Hit-and-Run Death of Izaiah Lopez, 8 (WGN)
    • Samira Bakr's Father Not Convinced Metra Xing Where She Was Killed Still Is Safe (CBS)
    • 1st Tower Opens at Children's Memorial Site, Including "Mixed Ped, Car Plaza" (Chicago Mag)
    • 6-Story TOD With 9 Units Proposed for Parking Lot Near Morgan Stop (Block Club)
    • Medill Reports Looks at Some of Chicago's POC- and Women-Owned Bike Shops
    • Heritage Bikes Opens a New West Loop Shop (Chicago Magazine)
    • Lame-Duck Ald. Joe Moore Goes out With a Laugh With "Howard Yards" Spoof (Sun-Times)
    • UIC Urban Transportation Center Seminar on The 78 on April 18, Noon at 412 S. Peoria

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