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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 13

    • Active Trans launches petition to support state bike/walk funding for underserved communities
    • NBC: Violent crime on CTA property has doubled in last 6 years, rate of arrests has dropped
    • Map: See how "dangerous" or "safe" your local CTA station is (NBC)
    • Man charged with stabbing on 79th Street Red Line platform (ABC)
    • 4 seriously injured, including pedestrian, after Metra/car crash at 87th and Pulaski (CBS)
    • Driver struck pedestrian at Balmoral and Park Place in Rosemont this morning (CBS)
    • Deerfield police believe they've found car from hit-and-run that seriously injured boy with autism (Tribune)
    • $150,000 earmarked for Kimball bike lanes in 33rd Ward participatory budgeting election (Block Club)
    • Weird CTA tweet: "Lincoln impersonator on 'L' during prez's b-day was there for Black History Month" (Tribune)
    • 3 Edgewater Red Line stations will be closed this weekend (WTTW)

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