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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, June 18

8:30 AM CDT on June 18, 2019

    • Active Trans Director Ron Burke Is Stepping Down to Work for Lyft on Micro-mobility
    • Active Trans: The State Bike/Walk Fund Will Advance Transportation Equity
    • Lynda and UIC Transpo Expert Kate Lowe Discussed the Scooter Pilot on "Chicago Tonight"
    • Lynda Discusses Active Trans' Fair Fares Campaign for Reduced-Cost Transit
    • Officials: 3 Injured, 2 Critically, in CTA Bus Shooting in Chatham (CBS)
    • Judge Rules That CTA Bus Driver's Obesity Is Not a Disability Under ADA (Patch)
    • Southeast Siders Discuss the Challenges of Getting Around Without a Car (Tribune)
    • R.I.P. Legendary Bike Frame Builder and Ex-Chicago Cabbie Bruce Gordon (Bicycling)
    • MBAC Site Visit / Bike Ride 6/24, 6 PM, Mayfair Park, 4550 W. Sunnyside (Chainlink)

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