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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, April 6

    • ATA agrees with Streetsblog: Along with trails plan, we need a citywide network of connected, protected bikeways
    • Driver fatally struck Richard Bradley, 77, at massive intersection of U.S. 41 and Buckley in N. Chicago (Tribune)
    • Woman, 27, killed after driving into fence near Roosevelt/Morgan early this morning (Sun-Times)
    • CPD shares reports of groups of people harassing riders on Red, Green lines, man beaten at State/Lake (ABC)
    • After 'L' driver pushed on tracks, Chicago Transit Justice Coalition calls for better worker protection (Block Club)
    • Panel: Metra not obligated to produce footage of employee who claimed he was injured on job (Law Bulletin)
    • RTA launched "Forward for All" ad campaign to highlight transit service as essential (Progressive Railroading)
    • Residents push back on proposal to build casino as part of One Central development on Metra tracks (Sun-Times)
    • Clarendon Hills’ $11.8M downtown revitalization project, including new Metra station, is nearly done (Tribune)
    • Electric bikes are made, serviced by 10-year-old Volton company in Morton Grove (Tribune)

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