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TLC in the IMD: the Illinois Medical District Commission releases bike and pedestrian safety plan

Five proposed projects would improve walking and biking safety - and beautify - the IMD.

April 12, 2024
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Fifth and Final Day of SBC’s Bike Lane Week: Near Northwest Side, Far West Side, Near West Side, Near North Side

I have ridden a heck of a lot of bike lanes, and had the pleasure of visiting many of our city's diverse neighborhoods.

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