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    • Construction Starting Soon on Classy New Pedestrian Bridge at 35th (DNA)
    • Anti-Bike Lane Campaign Launched in Barrington Hills (The Chainlink)
    • Plans for 2-Way PBLs in Evanston's Include All-Red Phase at Busy Crossing (Evanston Now)
    • Man Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on I-80 in Country Club Hills (Tribune)
    • Westmont Village Manager Arrested for DUI (Tribune)
    • Interview: Alderman Irvin Pushes for Parking Ticket Leniency (Expired Meter)
    • Bike Signals Will Give Cyclists a Head Start at Harrison/State, Hilkevitch Uses Divvy (Tribune)
    • Stenzel, Krause, Get Airtime in DNA Article on Big Lake Shore Drive Ideas
    • There's Still Time to be Part of the Lake Shore Drive Planning Process (Active Trans)
    • Lakeview Street Repaving Starts Today (DNA)

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