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Headlines for Thursday, August 15

10:35 AM CDT on August 15, 2019

    • Lynda, John, Reed, Quandt, Edwards, Geraci, and Alt discuss sustainable transportation in Crain's op-eds
    • CBS looks into the "checkered driving history" of the man who killed Beverly Barney in a bus shelter
    • Family of woman killed on Blue Line tracks sues CTA, security company (CBS)
    • CTA crime up more than 60% between June and July (CBS)
    • More photos released of suspects in homophobic attack at Roosevelt station (CBS)
    • Next meeting on Dickens greenway Thursday 8/22, 6 PM at Lincoln Park Cultural Center
    • Chicago-area students can ride the CTA for free on the first day of school (ABC)

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