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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, March 31

    • CTA holding virtual job fair looking to hire full-time bus drivers (ABC 7)
    • Chicago road repairs after long winter are now underway (WGN)
    • Lightfoot proposes offering gas cards and Ventra credits to struggling commuters (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago ride hail drivers rally in Noble Square for better pay amid rising gas prices (ABC 7)
    • Designing more welcoming streets? Bring in the teens (Reader)
    • How a Bronzeville community center near the Green Line is using city grants to grow their work (Block Club)
    • Longtime Logan Square hardware shop owner says bike lanes have hurt business (Block Club)
    • CTA confirms signal pole that fell onto tracks was to blame for hours-long Red, Purple, Brown Line delay last week (CBS Chicago)

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