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Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 28

    • Local mask mandates lifted today, but per federal rules you still need to wear one on transit (NBC)
    • Driver dies after striking pole on 5-lane stretch of North Ave. in Hermosa, 2 passengers injured (NBC)
    • Chicago police officers injured in North Lawndale crash (ABC)
    • CTA bus catches fire at Washington/State, no reported injuries (CBS)
    • Plowed snow sends drivers flying off expressways, Sun-Times investigation finds
    • Latest Tribune speed camera article gives airtime to anti-cam activist, ignores recent UIC study
    • Loudest stretch of Blue Line isn't in Kennedy or Ike median but rather River West subway (Tribune)
    • Bronzeville’s Burroughs (31st St.) Beach could get a new boardwalk, concessions (Block Club)
    • Why winter is a great time to visit your local bike shop (Herald)
    • Active Transportation Alliance, senior transportation planner Heather Schady is moving on

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