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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 27

    • Cook County Forest Preserves Piloting 500 Dockless Bike-Share Cycles (Tribune)
    • Active Trans: The City's Bus TOD Ordinance Should Come With Service Upgrades
    • Could the I & M Canal Trail Be Extend Northeast Towards Chicago? (Active Trans)
    • Rauner: Champaign-Urbana, an Amtrak Community Has "No Convenient Transportation" (CBS)
    • TOD Will be Built on Top of Margie's Candies Near Armitage/Western Stop (Block Club)
    • Upcale Senior Housing Near Metra Mayfair Stop Will Have 237 Parking Spaces (Curbed)
    • There's a New Raised Crosswalk on the Dearborn PBL North of the River (The Chainlink)
    • Tony Sarabia, Who Hosted Discussions of Transpo Politics & Bike Safety, Leaving WBEZ (Feder)
    • Should You Read, Listen, or Stare Silently on Different Chicago Transportation Modes?  (Chicago)
    • John Leads "Chicago's Mellowest Bike Tour" Today, 5:45 PM From Daley Plaza Picasso

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