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• Tornado touched down near Chicago’s O’Hare airport, disrupting hundreds of flights yesterday (Associated Press)

• CTA ridership is picking up (Sun-Times)

• CTA announces full rebuild of the Blue Line’s Forest Park branch (Urbanize)

• Results from CTA board meeting include additional Amazon lockers at stations (WTTW)

• CTA approves $25.6 million renovation of Austin Green Line station (Intelligent Transport)

• Passenger speaks about crash of Greyhound bus headed to St. Louis (Chicago Star)

• Violence disruption can be a powerful tool for public safety on the CTA (Reader)

• FAA issued ground stops at both Chicago airports yesterday due to tornado threat (Simple Flying)

• The end of COVID emergency funds have forced public-transit systems, states, and cities to get creative (American Prospect)

• Chicago commercial real estate lobby lead charge against tax hike that funds CTA (Real Deal)

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