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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, August 6

    • Congressional Dems support more federal aid for public transit (Washington Post)
    • Lakefront restaurants to reopen this week while beaches remain closed (Sun-Times)
    • Early 2021 groundbreaking planned for Lincoln Yards megadevelopment (Tribune)
    • A look at the impact of erosion along the North Shore lakefront (Tribune)
    • Colorful Black Lives Matter mural covers Clifton Avenue in Uptown (Block Club)
    • Shared streets dining program expands to Wells and Clark in River North (ABC 7)
    • Demand for bicycles rises as supply chain issues continue (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Inspired by CTA's "Ride the Rails" videos, Sound Transit in Seattle area recreates transit commute videos (The Stranger)

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