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Today’s Headlines for Monday, June 1

10:02 AM CDT on June 1, 2020

    • This morning CTA and Pace resumed partial service, Metra and Divvy were still closed
    • Active Trans statement outlines mobility justice position, condemns protest transit closures
    • The abrupt transit closure left people stranded around the city (Block Club)
    • After reportedly losing 100 cars to vandalism, police commandeer a CTA bus to get around (Block Club)
    • Man who shoved another man to his death at 87th stop has schizophrenia and was off his meds (Tribune)
    • Amtrak asks STB to settle dispute with Metra over Chicago Union Station, seeks more than $17 million annually
    • Second round of Chicago’s electric scooter pilot delayed until late summer (Sun-Times)
    • Courtney, plus reps from ATA and MPC, discuss Slow Streets etc. at 47th Ward forum on 6/16

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