Reserve Your Spot in a City With People-Friendly Streets

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Photo: John Greenfield

Help build a new Chicago, where cars don’t have first “Dibs” on public space. If you haven’t already done so, please donate to the Streetsblog Chicago Resurrection Fund today, so we can keep fighting the good fight for better walking, biking, and transit. If the site does not return to daily publication of original articles by April 8, all contributions will be refunded. As always, thanks for your support!

– John

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