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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, April 20

9:02 AM CDT on April 20, 2022

    • CTA, Pace, Metra, Uber, Lyft, airports lift mask requirements after Pritzker amends state requirement (ABC)
    • Help build a transportation platform for Illinois’ gubernatorial election (Active Trans)
    • Wilson wants gasoline taxes waived for his next traffic-clogging, polluting mayoral campaign PR stunt (Block Club)
    • Yehuala Melkama, 44, fatally struck in Uptown by driver who failed to yield while turning (Sun-Times)
    • Cattle-hauling truck driver critically injured in crash on I-80 near Joliet, cattle left roaming highway (NBC)
    • GoFundMe started for family of Christian Ruiz, 30, who died after being shot and crashing car into Little Village store
    • CPD, CTA respond to letter from Garcia, Durbin on transit crime (ABC)
    • How can Chicago suburbs become more walkable and bike-friendly? (Active Trans)
    • Truman College hosts #OneTRU Community 3rd Annual Bike Ride Saturday 4/23 at 9 AM
    • Happy 4/20 Day. Streetsblog USA asks, "Can we stop stoned driving without ending car dependency?"

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