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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 25

    • Activists Arrested for Blocking Traffic During Laquan McDonald Shooting Protest (Tribune)
    • On 25th Anniversary of ADA, Disability Advocates Say Chicago Still Has Work to Do (Active Trans)
    • Both Uber & Lyft Are Now Allowed to Service Airports, McCormick Place (Tribune)
    • The Itinerant Urbanist Looks at CTA Bus Route Efficiency Issues
    • Blue Island Wins $1.6 Million Federal Grant for a New Bike/Ped Bridge (BlueIsland.org)
    • Developer: Our Project Next to Winnetka Metra Station Needs Tons of Parking (Mass Transit)
    • Some Local Ride-Share Drivers Use James Bond-esque Cars (DNA)
    • Active Trans Seeks Part-Time Intern to Do Communications & Outreach Work

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