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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 6

11:10 AM CDT on April 6, 2023

    • Federal judge holds city of Chicago in violation of ADA for failing to provide accessible pedestrian signals (USDOJ)
    • Federal agency announces it will demolish 3-story building between 2 historic State Street buildings (Crain's)
    • CTA Crews to "Refresh & Renew" 29 Stations with quick improvements in 2023 
    • Reader: Here's what you should do "when an unhoused Chicagoan is sleeping across [4 or 5] seats on the train"
    • Meet Broadview Mayor Katrina Thompson, a champion of walking and bicycling
    • Infrastructure project near West Chicago Metra station may affect Main Street traffic
    • City Council to consider $2M for artificial turf, new drainage to help fix Winnemac Park (Block Club)
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