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    • West Side Residents Call for Improving Pedestrian Safety on High-Crash Corridors (Active Trans)
    • UIC Proposal for Obama Library Includes Bus Rapid Transit Line on Roosevelt (Newswise)
    • Fioretti Introduces Ordinances on Potholes, $58 Million Parking Settlement (DNA)
    • Police Officer Injured in 3-Car Crash in Lakeview (Tribune)
    • Activist Trying to Catch Teens Who Slapped Senior on 'L', Posted Video on YouTube (CBS)
    • Chicago Loop Alliance: Alley Parties Generated $400K for Local Economy (Tribune)
    • Does Chicago Really Need City Stickers for Automobiles? (Crain's)
    • Local Bike Builder Legacy Frameworks Makes Cycles for Practical Transportation (Tribune)

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