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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 17

    • As of Tuesday, Metra had more than 56,637 passenger trips, a post-COVID high (Sun-Times)
    • Daily Northwestern looks at changes to Evanston Metra Union Pacific North line service
    • CPD: Speeding driver, 19, died after crashing into guardrail on LSD near North Ave. (ABC)
    • One driver flipped over, another vehicle caught fire in a crash on Garfield near the Ryan (CBS)
    • Vaccine shots now offered at some CTA stations, including Pfizer for those 12 and up (ABC)
    • Ald. Moore filed notice to say he'll call for a vote on DuSable Drive at 6/23 Council meeting (WBEZ)
    • Ex-Tribune transportation reporter Wisniewski: Honor DuSable by shrinking LSD to human scale

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