Only two months after passage in the 2017 budget, Cook County’s “Invest in Cook” program to fund local transportation projects has tens of millions of dollars of proposals. Unlike Chicago’s aldermanic menu money program, which provides each alderman with $1.3 million in discretionary funding, the county’s aims to provide a local match for federal funds, rather than pay for entire projects.

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