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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 30

    • Active Trans applauds inclusion of $1.6B for local transit in pandemic stimulus bill
    • Preckwinkle warns of more forest preserve closings if crowding increases (Tribune)
    • There has been a significant drop in CPD vehicle and ped stops during pandemic (Bloomberg)
    • Driver fatally struck Chetankumar Patel, 46, in west-suburban Hanover Park (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago woman charged with DUI, violating Stay at Home order after Indiana crash (Sun-Times)
    • Michigan Avenue closed between 8th and 9th streets after debris falls from building (ABC)
    • Despite LFT closure, park district still hopes to repair wave damage this spring (Tribune)
    • Real estate agents discuss how cycling infrastructure influences home prices (Chicago Agent)
    • Photo essay: What Chicago streets look like during Stay at Home (Daily Iowan)
    • More than 340 people have signed the petition to reopen the Lakefront Trail for commuting

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