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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 17

9:09 AM CDT on March 17, 2020

    • Lightfoot says she plans to keep the CTA going during the pandemic (CBS)
    • The 'L' during pandemic: "It’s almost all working-class Black and Brown people" (Block Club)
    • Michael Cotton, 60, died 2 weeks after a hit-and-run driver struck him in Gresham (Sun-Times)
    • Jaime Cardenas Jr, 23, found dead after apparent fall from Western Brown platform (Sun-Times)
    • RTA announces 2020 Access to Transit call for projects for small-scale capital projects (Mass Transit)
    • Zoning Committee approves electric vehicle readiness mandate (Sun-Times)
    • E-bike company owner: Micro-mobility can help prevent the spread of coronavirus
    • Q: Is it safe to bike on Jackson on the West Side? A: Yes (The Chainlink)
    • Circus performer juggling on Logan Boulevard to spread joy during pandemic (Block Club)

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