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Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 29

9:15 AM CDT on March 29, 2021

    • The CTA is increasing maximum capacity on buses and trains [CBS 2]
    • City to loosen restrictions on special outdoor events this summer [Block Club]
    • Southeast side residents continue fight against environmental polluters [Tribune]
    • 29-story hotel proposed for vacant Streeterville lot [Urbanize]
    • The Atlantic profiles the NUMTinder Facebook group for urbanist dating
    • Biden administration to lay out plans for infrastructure investment this week [Tribune/AP]
    • Kennedy Expressway resurfacing begins this evening [Sun-Times]
    • IDOT nearly complete with work on removing Montrose Bridge over Kennedy Expressway [CBS 2]
    • COVID funds will restore daily Amtrak Zephyr service between Chicago and San Francisco [Daily Sentinel]

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