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In wake of violence, CTA will unveil new security plan

Crime has been rising on CTA property in recent years, with a nonfatal shooting on a train and a stab
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Crime has been rising on CTA property in recent years, with a nonfatal shooting on a train and a stabbing on a platform earlier this month preceding a fatal shooting early Monday in a downtown station. A plan to enhance safety for public transit, set to be unveiled in about a week, will include more police manpower on CTA property and improved use of technology to thwart crime, police say. Frank Main and Luke Wilusz have the story…

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