City provides water, buses for protesters
May 20, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The city of Chicago will be providing valuable services for participants in this weekend's ongoing protests and marches in response to the NATO summit.
The Chicago Park District is providing four water stations at Bulter Field, while march organizers are providing waters stations at the end of the route at 21st and Michigan.
The CTA is providing 20 shuttle buses for march participants at the end of the march for shuttles to the Red and Green Line train stations at 35th St.
The CTA is also providing a total of four cooling buses, two for emergency responders and two for protestors, which will roll parallel with the march along Wabash.
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