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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 14

8:49 AM CDT on July 14, 2023

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• Last May CTA had its best month since pandemic, still well below 2019 ridership levels (WBBM)

• Pedestrian fatally struck on Thursday, 7/13, 12:52 PM in hit-and-run on 800 block of S. Pulaski (CBS)

• SRAM advocacy director Randy Neufeld to retire (Bike Biz)

• Transit Funding Problems Too Big Even For Taylor Swift To Solve (Next City)

• Hey, urban planners, the 15-minute neighborhood is not a new idea (Sun-Times)

• CTA approves 5-year extension for CPS reduced fare program (CBS Chicago)

• A Dallas resident's perspective on Chicago (Axios)

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