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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 1

10:54 AM CDT on June 1, 2023

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  • CTA’s RPM Phase 1 project to begin final major phase of 4 Red Line station and track reconstruction
  • City Council backs COVID-era rules making outdoor dining easier (Block Club)
  • Here’s how Englewood neighbors can weigh in on street upgrades, including Halsted road diet (Block Club)
  • 2 drivers crashed Wednesday 5:30 PM at Fulton/Homan in E. Garfield, 3 men critically injured (Sun-Times)
  • How quickly can Chicagoland accommodate an increased demand for bicycling? (Daily Herald)
  • Street Ambassadors return downtown this summer to help visitors — and deter crime (Block Club)
  • Warning signs posted after Peregrine falcon attacked several pedestrians at Monroe/Wacker in Loop (NBC)
  • Eight of the best state parks for biking and hiking near Chicago (Time Out)
  • More tips on how to get to this weekend's Taylor Swift shows at Soldier Field car-free (Block Club)
  • Outsiders Chicago hosts bike ride supporting Black-owned business Saturday 6/3 starting at Long Room at 11 AM
  • CTA board meeting scheduled for Wednesday 6/14 moved to Friday 6/16, 11 AM at HQ at 567 W. Lake

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