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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, August 6

    • CTA cancels security contract, discontinues use of guard dogs on trains and platforms (Tribune)
    • 2 injured after driver slams into CTA bus at Clark/Foster in Andersonville (Sun-Times)
    • Semi crash spills hundreds of wine bottles onto the Bishop Ford (WGN)
    • Aldermen propose plan to increase affordable housing minimums in new developments (Crain's)
    • Deerfield congressman Bread Schneider takes constituents on a bike tour (Tribune)
    • New South Loop park includes amphitheater made of reclaimed limestones (Curbed)
    • Active Trans staffers paddle between Irving Park and Diversey for inspiration on River Trail plan

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– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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