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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 12

    • Anti-transit lobbying group decries One Central transit hub plan as a wasteful boondoggle (Tribune)
    • Metra adding more trains as people start returning to office, but roll toward normalcy is slow (CBS)
    • Woman killed after wrong-way pickup driver crashes into her vehicle near Oak Park (Tribune)
    • 7 injured, including 2 children, in multicar crash in Englewood (Sun-Times)
    • CTA service was disrupted between Loop and Belmont this morning due to medical emergency (ABC)
    • Suspect in custody Sunday after violent robbery of woman at the Racine Blue stop this weekend (CBS)
    • Why there's a shortage of bikes, and how you can make yours last longer (Daily Herald)
    • ICYMI here's video from Saturday's SBC event with Ald. Rosa, Meisha Herron, and Jill Sobule
    • Bike Lane Uprising holds a launch party for their gear at BFF bikes tomorrow 4/13, 6:30 PM

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