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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 10

9:03 AM CDT on September 10, 2020

    • CTA upgrades rider dashboard to help plan for bus, train crowding (ABC)
    • City of Chicago is doing public safety drills in Austin and Bronzeville today (Sun-Times)
    • Man in his 30s fatally struck in Belvedere Road in Waukegan, driver not citied (Tribune)
    • Andersonville block with ‘Black Trans Lives Matter’ mural is now a Slow Street (Block Club)
    • Council approves 14-unit building near Division Blue stop with no car parking (Block Club)
    • Near North High School will be torn down and replaced with mixed-income housing (Block Club)
    • Day care near Lawrence Red stop will be turned into 30 apartments with 19 spots (Block Club)
    • It's official: Stephen Douglas Park is now Frederick Douglass Park (Block Club)
    • Is there ever an appropriate time to honk at a bicyclist? (FK Law)
    • Cook County hosts "Paving the Road to Equitable Transit" online talk on 9/17 at 11 AM

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