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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 15

    • NIMBYs Have Launched a FB Group Against 100% Affordable Logan TOD
    • IG Joe Ferguson Discusses the Challenges of Ending Aldermanic Prerogative (Sun-Times)
    • Sigcho Lopez: Developments Along El Paseo Should Have 30% Affordable Housing (Block Club)
    • Yet Another Crisis Delays the Blue Line Near O'Hare as Car Driver Crashes Nearby (WGN)
    • Union Official: More Training Might Have Prevented Last Week's CTA Derailment (Sun-Times)
    • Snow Leads to 1,000 Canceled Flights at O'Hare (Herald)
    • Lyft Recall E-Bikes After Braking Issue; Chicago Isn't Using the Same Model (WGN)
    • Chicago River Trail Coalition Advances Goal of a Continuous Car-free Route (Active Trans)
    • Female Ride-Share Users Share Concerns and Safety Tips (Tribune)
    • Ken Griffin, Who Gave $12M for LFT Separation, May Be Moving to NYC (Chicago Mag)
    • Want Garbage by Metra Tracks Cleaned up Fast? Tweet About It (Block Club)

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