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    • New 88-Floor Skyscraper on E. Wacker Likely to Raise Concerns About Congestion (Tribune)
    • Wicker Park Committee Endorses Plan for Parking-Lite Apartment Building on Division (DNA)
    • Lincoln Park Hotel Plans to Double the Number of Rooms, Add More Parking (DNA)
    • Late-Night Lane Closures on Kennedy & Ike for Harrison Bridge Construction (Expired Meter)
    • MPC's Yonah Freemark Discusses Local Transportation Issues on "In the Loop" TV Show
    • John Proposes More Road Diets & BRT Routes for Chicago in a Crain's Op-Ed Piece
    • Vintage Photos of CTA's Morse Avenue Station (DNA)
    • Calendar Featuring Cabbies in "Sexy" Poses Will Raise Money for Lawsuit Against City (DNA)
    • "Critical Lass" Women's Ride Meets at 6 p.m. Tonight at Christkindlmarket (Ding Ding)

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