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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 13

3:54 PM CDT on June 7, 2019

    • More Details on Transit and Rail Projects in the Illinois Infrastructure Bill (Tribune)
    • 17 Injured, Some Seriously, After Driver Rear-Ends CTA Bus in Chatham (NBC)
    • 7 Hospitalized After Partial Green Line Derailment in Bronzeville, Trains Delayed 5 Hours (Tribune)
    • SUV Drivers Who Crashed Into House, Putting Keith Bradley, 57, in Coma, Is Still at Large (CBS)
    • CTA Bus Driver Injured Cyclist at Hubbard/Wells Thursday Morning (WTTW, Reddit)
    • Somebody Burglarized Heritage Bicycles in Lakeview (Facebook)
    • Local Bike Parks Manufacturer and Advocacy Supporter SRAM has a New CEO (Crain's)
    • Vote for the CTA in It Battle to Win the Transit Bracket Challenge Against NJ Transit (Block Club)
    • Transport Chicago Conference on June 14 Will Feature Bus and Rail Campaigns (Active Trans)
    • Active Trans and FK Law Present Chicago Bike Week 6/21-28, Including Rally on Friday 6/21

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