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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 25

9:20 AM CST on February 25, 2021

    • IG report shows mayor, police drove decisions to shut down transit, raise bridges (ATA)
    • Chicago lawmakers push for equity and transparency in state transportation proposal (WGEM)
    • Developers could pay a $15,000 fee to tear down homes in Pilsen and along The 606 (Block Club)
    • Driver hits another car in Englewood, second car crashes into building, 1st driver flees (ABC)
    • Driver from Rolling Meadows crash that killed 4, including 2 children, charged with aggravated DUI (CBS)
    • MED service disrupted Wednesday evening for bomb scare on tracks in South Shore (Sun-Times)
    • ATA will help lead discussion about transportation and food access at Food Justice Summit in March

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