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Today’s Headlines for Friday, August 14

    • ATA: Shutting down transit, which hurts vulnerable people, is the wrong response to civil unrest
    • City is limiting nighttime Loop transportation access until next week (Sun-Times)
    • CTA board president Terry Peterson stepping down after 11 years (Defender)
    • 5 injured after motorcyclist, driver towing trailer crash on Edens Expressway (ABC)
    • $2M bond for driver accused of intentionally striking, killing Zoraleigh Ryan, 55 (WTTW)
    • Metra, Union Pacific face lawsuit after crash critically injures woman in Wheaton (CBS)
    • Active Transportation Alliance looks at Divvy expansion, e-bike equity issues
    • Developers break ground on 7-story apartment building across from Sheridan stop (Block Club)
    • Street Love Ride: Rolling Deep for Peace in North Lawndale takes place tomorrow 8 PM

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