Curbing diesel exhaust pollution

Metra trains emerge from under Randolph Street near the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLTRA0000105" title="Chicago River" href="/topic/us/illinois/chicago-river-PLTRA0000105.topic">Chicago River</a> Thursday, where Ashley Collins of the Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago  joined several volunteers to hand out fliers urging the agency to curb diesel exhaust pollution by using cleaner fuels, cleaner engines, pollution controls or installing anti-idling technology on its locomotives.
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( Tribune photo by Michael Tercha / March 26, 2009 )

Metra trains emerge from under Randolph Street near the Chicago River Thursday, where Ashley Collins of the Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago joined several volunteers to hand out fliers urging the agency to curb diesel exhaust pollution by using cleaner fuels, cleaner engines, pollution controls or installing anti-idling technology on its locomotives.

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