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Today’s Headlines for Friday, March 25

    • ATA: Instead of a gas tax holiday, make transit cheaper, build bus and bike lanes
    • Rather than initiatives to help reduce car-dependency, Lightfoot to announce proposal to make gas cheaper (Fox)
    • Lightfoot's 11th Ward alder appointee Nicole Lee formerly worked as a consultant for BP oil (Block Club)
    • Surprise! Former anti-bike columnist Mark Konkol is a huge fan of Willie Wilson's gas giveaway (Patch)
    • People are raising money to support family of fallen cyclist Gerardo Marciales in Venezuela (Block Club)
    • Service on the Red, Brown, Purple lines restored after power outage forces commuters to evacuate on N. Side (ABC)
    • Restroom at Glencoe Metra station reportedly vandalized, empty alcohol bottles strewn across floor (Tribune)
    • ULI Mag Mile report doesn't include bus or bike lanes, do feature redundant bridge to Oak St. Beach (Crain's)
    • Other suburbs follow Glenview, Northbrook's lead adopting new biking, pedestrian plans (Herald)

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