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Today’s Headlines for Friday, June 4

8:58 AM CDT on June 5, 2015

    • MPC Celebrates the demise of the Illiana Tollway
    • ...But Hinz Says It May Be a While Until the Boondoggle Is Truly Dead (Crain's)
    • Ex-CDOT Deputy Scott Kubly's Plan for Seattle Calls for 7 BRT Corridors, Lower Speed Limits (Grist)
    • CNT Op-Ed: Millennials Are Driving Less, So We Should Stop Building So Much Parking (Sun-Times)
    • Pedestrian Suing Cyclist After Crash in Dearborn PBLs -- No Mention of Who Had the Green (Sun-Times)
    • Let's Use the Momentum From The 606 Opening to Get More Bikeways Built (Active Trans)
    • Lead Designer of the Bloomingdale Discusses the Philosophy Behind the Trail (Architectural Record)
    • City May Be Losing Millions on Permit Process for Loading Zones, Disabled Parking (Sun-Times)
    • Tips for Bike Commuter Challenge Participants From a New Local Bike Blogger (Active Trans)
    • More Than 350 Books Will Be Shared on the CTA Next Week (DNA)
    • Video: Meet the Voice Behind the CTA's Bus & Train Announcements (DNA)

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