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Today’s Headlines for Monday, December 18

    • O'Hare Express Hopeful Elon Musk Calls Transit Expert an "Idiot," Says Transit "Sucks" (Fortune)
    • Top Ten Sustainable Transportation Stories of 2017 (Active Trans)
    • Looking Back at Five Years of Participatory Budgeting in Chicago (Active Trans)
    • Editorial: Let's Try Congestion Pricing But Avoid Virginia's $40 Tolls (Tribune)
    • The Chicago Infrastructure Trust Hasn't Raised Any Money, Has Cost Taxpayers $5M (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Cut Off Another Motorist, Who Strush Person on Sidewalk, Crashed Into Restaurant (ABC)
    • Daily Herald Finds Suburban Drivers Often Fail to Yield to People in Crosswalks
    • Oboi Reed Is Resigning as Head of Slow Roll Chicago to Lead Equiticity
    • How Racism Influenced the Layout of Chicago's Expressway System (Medium)
    • CTA Employees Are Parking for Free at the Paid Cumberland Blue Line Lot (ABC)
    • Bus Boarding Area at 95th Street Red Line Station Will Reopen Tuesday (WLS)
    • Books About Transportation for Young Readers (Active Trans)

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