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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, June 19

9:36 AM CDT on June 19, 2018

    • Sign an Active Trans Petition Calling on Chicago to Budget $20M for Biking & Walking
    • The Tribune Looks at Improving the Blue Line as an Alternative to O'Hare Express
    • Austin, Texas, Like Chicago, Struggles With Pedestrian Safety (WBEZ)
    • Metra Heritage Corridor and SW Service Lines Stalled Due to Heat Yesterday (CBS)
    • Metra Commuters Have Mixed Feelings About the New BNSF Schedule (Tribune)
    • Aurora Seeks Approval for a Mile-Long Bike Trail on the SE Side (Tribune)
    • As Divvy Turns 5, the Reader's Ryan Smith Discusses the Benefits of Bike-Share
    • Elgin's "Bike, Walk, Move" Program Encourages Physical Activity June 17-23 (Herald)

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