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Work on the trail where it tunnels through the bridge houses on the east side of the bridge was expected to be complete this month, weather permitting.
How did bike-share companies' COVID-19 response impact access to their cycles and bike-share equity?
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Customers seem to love the smoother, quieter ride on the new buses, so much so that some of them said they'd be willing to pay a higher fare to help electrify the whole fleet.
Was it really safety that motivated Union Pacific to refuse to have its conductors collect fares until long after conductors on Metra-controlled lines went back to walking the trains, or rather a desire to force Metra to the bargaining table?