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Today’s Headlines for Friday, November 20

    • Dutch Increased Children's Safety in Traffic With Provocative Campaign, Design Changes (Chicago Mag)
    • Not-TOD But a Parking-Lite Residential High-Rise is Proposed on Belmont at Sheridan (DNA)
    • Highlights from Active Transportation Alliance's Annual Member Meeting
    • Park District Has Yet to Develop Snow Operations, or Permit Snow Sports on Bloomingdale Trail (DNA)
    • A Lot of People Really Liked the Ventra App After Yesterday's Launch (Daily Herald)
    • CTA Resolved a Ventra App Login Issue Yesterday Afternoon After Receiving Complaints (Sun-Times)
    • Proposed Mixed-Use TOD in Division/Milwaukee Wedge Gets Smaller (DNA)
    • Gabe Klein's Tenure in Chicago Brought Startup Mentality to Transportation (MPC)
    • Police on Lookout for Drunk Drivers Tonight at One Humboldt Park Intersection (DNA)

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