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    • Clybourn Bike Lane Would Be City's First PBL With Curbs (DNA)
    • Bike Commuter Challenge Winners Include Art Institute, CMAP, CTA, Orbitz, SRAM (Active Trans)
    • Park District Buys Bikes For Use On The Job (DNA)
    • CTA Wants To Create U.S. Jobs With Bids For New Rail Cars (Biz Journal)
    • Pets Aboard Metra? Advisory Board Weighs In Today On Pilot (WGN)
    • Mayor Breaks Ground On Randolph-Lake Riverwalk & Office Tower (WTTW)
    • Weekend Construction: Blue Line Closed Through Logan Square (CTA, DNA)
    • Also This Weekend: Classic Bike Show On Division (DNA), Bike To Brew (Active Trans)
    • Chicago Neighborhoods Less Segregated At Work Than At Home (MPC)
    • Some Jefferson Park Residents Want Condos, Not Rentals; Less Parking, Not More (DNA)
    • Inside MNML's "The Bike For Chicago" Design: Reveal Tonight, Vote Monday (Reader, Chainlink)

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