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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, April 19

    • Bike Lane Uprising discusses how West Loop median removal contributed to bike injury crash (Block Club)
    • After federal mask mandate struck down, CTA, Metra, aviation dept. say they will still require masks (ABC)
    • Male driver, 26, killed after being ejected from vehicle during rollover crash in Plato Township
    • Man, 71, injured after SUV driver crashed through fence and into Kenwood building Monday afternoon
    • A driver, 38, crashed into a bus stop after being shot in North Lawndale Tuesday morning, police said (ABC)
    • Man in his 50s shot by someone in a vehicle while riding a bicycle in East Garfield Park (Fox)
    • Unauthorized person on tracks near Thorndale snagged CTA Red, Purple lines Monday afternoon (CBS)
    • Metra’s 147th/Sibley station in Harvey will close for 1 year+ beginning in May as it undergoes a revamp
    • How Ride Illinois helps develop local bike paths and educational programs (Daily Herald)
    • Apple Maps adds cycling directions to Chicago, Detroit, more (Justin Obeirne)

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