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Today’s Headlines for Monday, July 12

    • Moody's has upgraded CTA bonds after the state and RTA bond outlooks were raised (Crain's)
    • CTA renting the former Northwestern College facility for training (Nadig Newspapers)
    • Musicians turn to parking garages as rehearsal and practice spaces (Chicago Tribune)
    • Boy in electric wheelchair told he couldn't cool down at Crown Fountain by security (ABC 7)
    • NW Indiana banks pledge to finance transit-oriented development near the South Shore Line (
    • New $53 million indoor track and field facility opens in the Pullman neighborhood (Block Club)
    • Another look at the big leap in CTA ridership in recent months (Mass Transit Mag)
    • Some Chicago-area viaducts are over a century old but still provide huge value (Daily Southtown)

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