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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 4

10:47 AM CDT on June 4, 2020

    • Park bathrooms reopen, Riverwalk reopens for morning biking, all-day passive use (WTTW)
    • CTA service restored with some downtown station closures and bus detours
    • Most Metra lines will operate with modified Sunday schedules through June 7
    • Pace suburban bus and paratransit service is operating more-or-less normally
    • Divvy bike-share is still operating on a 6 AM to 8 PM schedule
    • Woman killed, 5 injured, after police chase ends with multiple crashes on Irving Park (Tribune)
    • CTA releases a guide to safe riding measures as Chicago enters Phase 3 (Time Out)
    • House Democrats seek billions for CTA, Union Station, roads (Crain's)
    • As Illinois reopens, why not take a bike ride down the I & M Canal Trail? (Sun-Times)

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