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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 5

10:04 AM CST on March 5, 2019

    • LY Project Doubles Affordable Units -- "$1.3M in TIF Subsidy per Affordable Unit" (Tribune)
    • Badly Beaten, Seriously Injured Man Found on the Red Line at Harrison Stop (ABC)
    • Light Snow This Morning Caused Multiple Crashes on Area Expressways (Tribune)
    • How to Advocate for Bike/Walk Education in Schools (Active Trans)
    • Village Funds, State Grant to Pay for $2.9M E. Dundee Road Project, Including Path (Tribune)
    • A Cheap Trick? Less Than a Year After Launching DoBi, Lime Leaves Rockford (Chicago Inno)
    • Don't Worry, the Mechanics Won't Be Cooking at Heritage's New Cafe/Bike Shop (Eater)
    • Deadline for Presentation Proposals for the 6/14 Transport Chicago Conference is 3/18

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