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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, March 29

    • Chicago in the running for billions in new transportation funds (Crain's)
    • Metra adds trains and expects more riders on the BNSF Line (WTTW)
    • Could a Red Line extension bring more investment to the Far South Side (Chicago mag)
    • Opinion: Turn McCormick Place's Lakeside Center into a recreational facility for all (Tribune)
    • Transit and freight hubs could be targets in a cyberwar (Politico)
    • It is now easier for Rockford residents to get to O’Hare (My Stateline)
    • Proposed LSD changes include tolls and bus-only lanes (NBC 5)
    • Elmwood Park gets $3.1 in appropriations bill to pay for train underpass (Elm Leaves)
    • Franklin Park putting in $34 million in infrastructure improvements, including a bike path (Franklin Park Herald-Journal)

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