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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, February 28

8:53 AM CST on February 28, 2023

    • CTA Action op-ed: CTA should stop pretending reliability improved because they cut scheduled service (Tribune)
    • CTA will livestream Blue Line platforms between Chicago and Logan to provide real-time crowding info (ABC)
    • 2 kids hospitalized after car driver struck them on stolen motor bike at 77th/Homan in Ashburn (ABC)
    • Firefighters rescued person on Washington Blue Line tracks Sunday morning, person in stable condition (CBS)
    • Metra approved $3.9M contract for grade crossing, equipment monitoring at 100s of stops (RT&S)
    • Safety concerns grow over railroad merger along Milwaukee District West Line after Ohio derailment (ABC)
    • Rogers Park dispensary asks to move into store next to Howard Street CTA terminal (Block Club)
    • Chiditerod shopping cart race and food drive takes place Saturday, 9:45 AM at 1555 W. Fulton
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