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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 18

    • Chicago leaders ask for moratorium on evictions, utility shut-offs, and housing court (Curbed)
    • Kamin: During the pandemic, unlike at other times, the density of cities is a disadvantage (Tribune)
    • Medical experts confirm that you should avoid riding transit during the pandemic, offer tips (Tribune)
    • Active Trans: Reform, don't ban, red light camera programs
    • Driver overturns truck loaded with alcohol on Eisenhower Expressway (Sun-Times)
    • Michigan Amtrak routes are offering roll-on service without a reservation (GLE)
    • How is the coronavirus changing biking in downtown Chicago? (The Chainlink)
    • More ideas for places to get fresh air and exercise during the pandemic (CBS)

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