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9:01 AM CDT on April 12, 2013

    • The New Complete Streets Chicago Design Guide Puts Pedestrians First (Atlantic Cities)
    • Decorative Lights Unveiled on Congress, Marking Completion of Rehab (Tribune, DNA)
    • Motorists Think Fullerton/Elston Redesign Will Make it Easier to Drive (DNA)
    • Cubs Want a Pedestrian Bridge Across Clark From New Hotel to Wrigley (CBS)
    • Man Dies After Being Dragged 1,115 Feet by Hit-and-Run Driver in Goose Island (Tribune)
    • Felony DUI Charges for Man in Fatal Rollover Crash in Crete (Tribune)
    • Four Injured By Speeding Employee at Matteson Auto Auction House (ABC)
    • 63rd Street Closed Between King and Indiana After Truck Gets Stuck in Viaduct (Tribune)
    • Evanston Residents Brainstorm Improvements to Purple Main Station (Northwestern)
    • Chicago Velo Campus Part of New Urban Velodrome Trend (Grist)
    • Turin Bike Shop Holds Grand Opening in Ravenswood (Tribune)

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