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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, September 9

    • ATA urges members to take city's budget survey, push for sustainable transportation funding
    • Here's a summary of what ATA learned from its listening tour on COVID transportation
    • 2 female motorists suffered head injuries in last week's LFT crash at Belmont (ABC)
    • Police: Woman robbed at knifepoint near Austin Blue Line station (Tribune)
    • Installation of plastic curb-protected bike lanes on Milwaukee in Logan next week (Block Club)
    • Neighbors want seating, nice lighting at upcoming Ainslie/Western plaza (Block Club)
    • RTA to draft development plan for Cary Metra station (Progressive Railroading)
    • If rich people flee downtown for wealthy majority-white suburbs, is that "white flight"? (Patch)
    • Ronny's Steakhouse, iconic budget eatery next to Clark/Lake stop, closing after 57 years (Eater)
    • Cyclists are invited to join anti-ICE Mexican Independence Day caravan on 9/20

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