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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 20

    • Twice as Many Bike Tickets Issued in Black Communities Than White and Latino Areas (Tribune)
    • Daniel Solis, 5, Dies after Being Struck by Turning Driver at 37th and Ashland (DNA)
    • Police: 3 Cases of People Being Punched, Robbed on or Near Loop Red Line Stops (DNA)
    • A Roundup of Regional Sustainable Transportation Projects (Active Trans)
    • $125K Will Be Spent to Create a New Master Plan for Jeff Park (DNA)
    • 302 Metra Cars Will Get New Electrical Outlets, Bathrooms, Seats & Floors (DNA)
    • New Engineers Train With 5 Video Simulators at Metra Headquarters (Tribune)
    • Parking Garage at 145 S. Wells Will Soon Be Demolished for 20-Story Office Tower (Curbed)
    • Water Taxi Season Kicks Off Today (Curbed)
    • Why and How CTA Tokens Went the Way of the Dinosaur (WBEZ)
    • Meeting to Discuss Lakefront Trail Separation Wednesday 4-7 PM in Lincoln Park (Active Trans)
    • Meeting on the "Low Line" Proposal for Public Space Under Brown Line 3/28 (DNA)

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