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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday February 2

    • State rep Kam Buckner and 46 colleagues ask IDOT to consider racial equity when choosing investments
    • Man charged with DUI that killed female passenger, 24, on 3000 block of North LSD (NBC)
    • Chicago has only installed about half of the bikeway mileage proposed in the 2020 plan (Block Club)
    • Ald. Cardenas puts brakes on plan for drive-through Dunkin' Donuts on prime TOD land (MPN)
    • Recyclery won $7.5K grant from AARP to fill Rogers Park potholes with cement, bike parts (Block Club)
    • Chainlinker requests a good bike route from the North Side to Oak Brook
    • Visiting flautist says he forgot $22K heirloom instrument on the Blue Line (CBS)
    • Bicycle Film Fest makes a virtual stop in Chicago 2/24-3/7 with ATA as host and beneficiary

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