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Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 2

9:00 AM CDT on April 2, 2021

    • Chicago launches CTA "vaccination bus" to reach seniors in areas with low vaccination rates (Sun-Times)
    • 4-year-old Chicago boy dies in fiery Bishop Ford crash involving IDOT truck (Tribune)
    • More state senators needed to co-sponsor bill to make Illinois roads safer (ATA)
    • ATA talks to Chuy Garcia about his efforts to win transit funding
    • ATA honored Garcia, Jacky Grimshaw, and SRAM cofounders at its annual gala
    • Morton Salt factory, slated to become a music venue, takes another step towards landmarking (Block Club)
    • Aurora church gives away 100 bikes to kids (Tribune)
    • Letter makes a "think of the piping plovers" argument against meters at Montrose Beach (Tribune)

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