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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 18

8:55 AM CDT on April 18, 2019

    • Chicago Area Population Drops for the Fourth Straight Year (Tribune)
    • State Releases $20M for New Auburn Gresham Stop, Construction Planned in 2020 (Sun-Times)
    • Study: One Central, Including Transit Center, Will Generate $120B in Revenue (Curbed)
    • Officer Struck at Fatal Motorcycle Crash Scene, Chase Ends in Naperville Collision (ABC)
    • Up to 100 Car2go Vehicles Have Gone Missing (Crain's)
    • 2 Cars Damaged After Concrete Falls off Red Line Embankment Wall in Rogers Park (ABC)
    • Chicago Sets Out to Repave More Streets This Year Than in 2018 (Tribune)
    • New EO Dockless Bike-Share System Launches at Northwester (North by Northwestern)
    • Tiered Bike Racks at Jeff Park Station Are Temporarily Closed for Construction (Chainlink)
    • Help Bike Lane Uprising Document Bikeway Conditions on 5/19, Get Doughnuts and a Party

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