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Where does Chicagoland's sidewalk end?

A new MPC report reveals that although legally required, only 11% of municipalities in the our region have a publicly available American with Disabilities Act (ADA) transition plan.

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Biden’s infrastructure plan is one step forward, two steps back
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Sun-Times’ Laura Washington is right: We all need to start riding transit again
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Why transportation costs hit low-income people hardest here

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