Follow Lynda Lopez in a #SaludTues Discussion of Health and Infra Today at Noon

Use the widget below to follow the conversation.
Use the widget below to follow the conversation.

Streetsblog contributor Lynda Lopez, who covers transportation and development issues in Chicago’s Latino communities, will be participating in a #SaludTues Twitter chat about active living programs, policy changes, and infrastructure improvements at noon today with former Chicago transportation commissioner Gabe Klein and other advocates. For your convenience, here’s a widget where you can follow the discussion. Grab some popcorn and enjoy what’s sure to be an enlightening conversation.

The Twitter widget below will auto-refresh, and the newest tweets are at the top. If you don’t have Twitter but still want to participate, leave your answers below prefaced with the question number you’re replying to. For example, if you’re replying to “Q3”, then write “A3” before your comment. 

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