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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 3

8:56 AM CST on March 3, 2020

    • New transportation advocacy org. holds 1st meeting on 3/12 at the building that houses CDOT offices
    • GoFundMe launched for Ariel Roman, victim police shooting on CTA (Tribune)
    • Experts say officers' actions in the CTA shooting case were problematic (CBS)
    • Judge acquits Amtrak police officer in fatal shooting of an unarmed man at Union Station (NBC)
    • Homicide, DUI charges filed in I-57 crash that sent woman’s car flying onto Metra tracks (NBC)
    • Multiple people hospitalized after CTA bus and school bus crash at 79th and Cottage Grove (CBS)
    • What O'Hare, Metra, CTA are doing amid COVID-19 fears (Daily Herald)
    • Aurora may get a small dockless bike-share fleet (Tribune)

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