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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, February 21

9:13 AM CST on February 21, 2023

    • Delivery truck driver hits and kills pedestrian crossing the street in South Loop (Block Club)
    • Metra faces delay in plan for battery conversion of F40 locomotives (Trains)
    • The 'L' became color-coded 30 years ago and some are still getting used to it (Block Club)
    • Busy Logan Square, California, and Belmont stations to close this weekend for construction (Block Club)
    • Elon Musk's outlandish Hyperloop could be in danger (Bloomberg)
    • Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg urges safety changes after Ohio train derailment (Tribune)
    • Property tax incentive could remake Fulton Market and others into havens for affordable housing (Tribune)

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