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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 26

    • CNT: 1/3 of Off-Street Parking Spots at Chicago Apartments Building Are Unused (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Ponders the Potential Benefits & Downsides of Driverless Cars
    • IL Policy Institute Argues Against Mandating Chauffeur's Licenses for Ride-Share Drivers
    • Police: Shooter Fleeing Chatham Murder Scene Struck Woman With Car (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Injures Pedestrian in Chicago Lawn (DNA)
    • RTA's Dillard: If 5% More Residents Switched to Transit, Congestion Could Fall by 30% (Tribune)
    • Tribune Looks at the Proposal to Create Public Space Under 'L' Tracks Near Wilson
    • Bike Walk Lincoln Park Checks Out the New Paths & Parkland at Fullerton and the Lake
    • Bensenville Adapts a Transportation Plan & Complete Streets Ordinance (Active Trans)
    • Charismatic CTA Bus Driver Darlene Coleman Is a Hit With Riders (RedEye)
    • Meeting Tonight Re: Cedar Street's Plan to Turn 5050 N. Broadway Building Into a TOD (DNA)
    • Job Opportunity: Active Trans Is Hiring an Advocacy Manager

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