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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 20

    • How, If All Goes Well, New Mobility Tech Could Help Fight Climate Change (Active Trans)
    • Dowell Wants Changes to Prosed Development by Soldier Field With Transit Center (Tribune)
    • Man Shot in Leg While Biking in Englewood (Sun-Times)
    • Construction of New Irving Park Bridge, Including Unperpath, Starts Thursday (Block Club)
    • Milwaukee Near California Blocked for Ongoing Construction Project (Block Club)
    • Hero 'L' Rider Documents Unsanitary Conditions, Lobbies CTA for Improvement (CBS)
    • The Recyclery Is Hiring a Bookkeeper and Admin Coordinator (The Chainlink)

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