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            Transportation

            Coverage of the CTA and Chicago-area transportation issues, from Metra to the Chicago L to rush-hour updates.

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            Man shot on I-57 near Calumet Park

            He drove himself to Roseland Community Hospital, where he was stabilized, state police said.

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            Metra keeps many Hyde Park stops in revised Electric Line schedule after riders balk

            The changes will take effect when people return to their daily commutes after the stay-at-上海11选5走势图 order is lifted.

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            City’s share of stimulus package: $572 million

            The CTA will get $800 million and Chicago Public Schools another $205 million. But it won’t be nearly enough, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Thursday.

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            Teen girl, CTA security guard shot when gun accidentally fires during struggle on Red Line train in Lake View

            "The actions of these security guards are completely unacceptable—and wholly contrary to their mission to protect customers," the CTA said.

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            CTA bus drivers might pass you by if more passengers make social distancing impossible

            New CTA guidelines aimed at preventing spread of the coronavirus went into effect Thursday.

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            Police following ‘very strong leads’ in Loop CTA Red Line homicide

            He was arguing with a group when one of them pushed him onto the tracks, police said.

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            Man dead after falling onto tracks at Howard Station

            Police said the death appeared to be a suicide.

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            Metra conductor tests positive for the coronavirus

            The employee has been 上海11选5走势图 since becoming sick March 25.

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            After aldermen push back, some residential street sweeping is back on again

            A Streets and Sanitation spokesperson acknowledged the game plan has changed since last week, when Commissioner John Tully said sweeping residential streets was virtually impossible under current circumstances.

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            Michigan Avenue closed between 8th and 9th streets after debris falls from building

            The Office of Emergency Management announced the closure about 6:25 p.m.

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            Montrose bridge over Kennedy Expressway to close for construction

            The closure is expected to start Monday and last through December, the Illinois Department of Transportation said.

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            Jackson bridge over Kennedy Expressway to close for 2 years of construction starting Friday

            The new bridge will have a dedicated bike lane, wider sidewalks and two lanes of traffic.

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            We need effective national standards for service animals

            The time for public comment on proposed amendments to the Air Carrier Access Act service animal rule has ended with no promise that the amendments will remedy a bad situation.

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            CTA bus, train operators test positive for coronavirus

            The bus driver and train conductor work out of the 77th Bus Garage and 95th Street Terminal, respectively, the CTA said.

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            Despite Lightfoot’s go-easy pledge, motorists still getting parking tickets for non-safety violations

            The mayor said Chicago would stop ticketing, booting and towing illegally parked vehicles except for public safety reasons through April 30. Why, then, did one woman get three $70 tickets in a 24-hour period?

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            Midway control tower reopens after COVID-19 exposure

            The closure prompted Southwest Airlines to suspend all of its flights at its Chicago hub.

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            Rebates on CTA passes, subsidies for Pace and Divvy rides offered to help residents cope with coronavirus crisis

            The prorated credit for unused Ventra passes, free rides on Pace for disabled riders, and significant discounts on Divvy bike passes take effect Tuesday.

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            Union leaders want protection for ‘essential’ staff

            Some workplaces are not being adequately cleaned, they said.

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            Elgin freight train derailment disrupts Metra MD-W service

            As of 8:40 a.m., all inbound and outbound trains on the Milwaukee District West line were operating with a 20 to 30 minute delay.

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            Southwest Airlines resumes some flights at Midway after control tower closes for COVID-19 exposure

            They’re averaging 4 to 6 departure flights an hour at the airport, according to a spokesperson for the airline.

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            Metra to cut service in half starting Monday amid coronavirus crisis, falling ridership

            Ridership has seen a "severe drop" in the fallout of the pandemic, which has included state-wide school closures and work-from-上海11选5走势图 mandates.

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            2 wounded in Dan Ryan shooting near Pershing Road

            The shooting comes days after two teens were shot on the same expressway.

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            Lightfoot curtails ticketing, towing and booting to ease burden of coronavirus

            The mayor announced the unprecedented hiatus during a conference call with reporters where she also disclosed that an employee in the city’s Department of Procurement 上海11选5走势图 has tested positive for the coronavirus.

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            Were we all living in a bubble before?

            With the threat of the coronavirus, there is uncertainty, foreboding and an unnerving feeling of helplessness. We question our life that went before.

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            Teen killed in Skokie rollover crash

            Matthew Williams, 16, was taken to Evanston Hospital and pronounced dead, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

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            Metra to consider service reductions after Friday amid coronavirus crisis

            Both Metra and Amtrak have seen a decrease in riders amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as conductors report emptier trains and more suburban riders opt to work from 上海11选5走势图.

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            Truck loaded with alcohol overturns on Eisenhower Expressway

            Two lanes were shut down at Sacramento Boulevard for cleanup of the spill.

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            Zoning Committee approves electric vehicle readiness mandate

            The ordinance requires all new commercial buildings with 30 or more parking spaces and new residential buildings with five or more units to have at least 20 percent of their parking spaces "Electric Vehicle Supply 上海11选5走势图-Ready."

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            Pritzker tweets and Lightfoot pleas prompt changes at O’Hare after long lines for coronavirus screening

            Illinois’ Democratic governor said both Vice President Mike Pence and Chad Wolf, the acting Department of 上海11选5走势图land Security secretary, acknowledged in phone calls that "mistakes were made."

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            United Airlines says it will cut flight capacity by half in April and May, expects the cuts to extend to summer travel

            The airline handled a million fewer passengers in the first two weeks of March than it did a year ago, and revenue fell $1.5 billion below the year-ago pace, CEO Oscar Munoz and President Scott Kirby said in a letter to employees Sunday night.

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            Travel deals luring people to fly during coronavirus pandemic

            One woman from Chicago said she’s booked three trips for this spring because of affordable costs.

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            Pritzker tweets ‘federal government needs to get its s@#t together’ after coronavirus screenings cause delays, crowds at O’Hare

            In response to several tweets from disgruntled travelers, the airport said processing was taking "longer than usual" due to screening for passengers coming from Europe.