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Today’s Headlines for Monday, April 19

9:41 AM CDT on April 19, 2021

    • Metra confirms that Union Pacific conductors will start collecting fares again on June 1
    • Questions emerge about One Central transit hub and whether state is interested in backing it (Sun-Times)
    • 2 children among 4 hurt in Lake Shore Drive crash at 33rd Street (Sun-Times)
    • Metra BNSF trains delayed after vehicle driver strikes Halsted bridge near Union Station (Sun-Times)
    • CPD: Passenger fired gunshot at CTA bus driver and fled before being arrested (Tribune)
    • Daily Herald bike columnist looks at Ride Illinois' safety quizzes for drivers, cyclists
    • Evanston is seeking input on the Oakton Street corridor study with a new survey

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