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    • CTA and Pace are resuming front boarding, fare collection as ridership slowly increases (Tribune)
    • CDOT: 30 miles of new bikeways are planned this year, half of them on South Side (Tribune)
    • Last month Active Trans’ advocacy team started  listening tour with more than 100 stakeholders
    • Woman, daughter return to scene to thank Good Samaritans from SW Side crash (CBS)
    • Bike shop business is booming as people seek socially distanced transportation, exercise (WGN)
    • With streets empty, elote vendor starts online delivery service (Block Club)
    • "History Mystery" bike tour returns to Beverly (Patch)

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