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    • Lightfoot is announcing her Slow Streets plan today at 1 PM at press conference on Facebook
    • Internal CTA report gives poor marks for train cleaning as city moves into Phase 3 (ABC)
    • CTA: We will watch crowds, make announcements to keep riders apart during Phase 3 (Tribune)
    • Metra announces additional guidelines as Chicago prepares to begin Phase 3 (Daily Chronicle)
    • Man pushed another man onto Red tracks at 87, where the victim was fatally struck (Block Club)
    • 2 children among 5 seriously hurt in McKinley Park crash (Sun-Times)
    • Cyclist in critical condition after teens driving stolen SUV hit him in West Town, charges made (ABC)
    • 5 arrested in South Side Red Line attack, robbery of men 62 and 72 (WGN)
    • Video provides update on Big Marsh and Ford Calumet Environmental Center
    • WTTW checks out the new book "Transit Hikes" -- Here's our review

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