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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 9

9:37 AM CST on March 9, 2021

    • Metra, landlords join forces in "come back downtown" push with “Safe Return to Work Summit” (Crain's)
    • CTA is piloting tech on 79th bus to measure ridership to prevent crowding and reduce wait times
    • Driver killed mother, father, and son as they left shopping plaza in Mount Prospect (ABC)
    • Train window shattered by bullet discovered at 87th Red Line, no injuries (CBS)
    • Letter: Keep Chicagoans part of the conversation for a Bubbly Creek pedestrian bridge (Tribune)
    • Tribune: "Outdoor biking isn’t a year-round option unless you live in a temperate climate."
    • Meanwhile, nearly 350 Chicagoans participated in ATA and Keating Law's Winter Bike Challenge

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