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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 28

9:09 AM CDT on March 28, 2017

    • Rauner Renews Push to Widen I-55, Accuses Madigan of Obstruction (Tribune, Crain's)
    • CDOT Finds Alternative Funding to Proceed With Stalled 41st St. Ped Bridge (Tribune)
    • DNA looks at MPC's Report on the Economic Costs of Chicago Segregation
    • 5-Year-Old Boy Dies After Crash in Cicero (ABC)
    • Active Trans Looks at the Blaine Klingenberg Bike Fatality Case
    • Crash Survivor Amy Mendelsohn Is Advocating for Pedestrian Safety (Active Trans)
    • North Branch Guidelines Allow for More Density, But There Are No Plans for a Park (DNA)
    • Morgan Streetscape Project Includes, Bumpouts, New Crosswalks, Bike Racks (DNA)
    • This Map of Chicago's Noisiest Neighborhoods Will Rock You Like a Hurricane (DNA)
    • Sign The Chainlink's 30 Days of Biking Pledge to Pedal All Month Long
    • Robin Robinson Discusses Police-Community Relations 6 PM Tonight at ChiHackNight
    • High Speed Rail, Autonomous Vehicles to Be Discussed at UIC Lecture Series on March 30

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