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    • 6 Business Leaders Ask Mayor & Aldermen to Save the Kinzie Protected Lanes (Active Trans)
    • Curbed Provides a Progress Report on the Chicago Riverwalk
    • Man Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for 2013 DUI Crash That Killed His Girlfriend (Sun-Times)
    • Group Delays Vote on New Whole Foods Over Concerns About Driveway, Stoplight (DNA)
    • Why the League of American Bicyclists Rated Illinois the 14th Most Bicycle-Friendly State
    • Construction Blocks Northbound Milwaukee Bike Lane, Creating a Hazard for Cyclists (Sun-Times)
    • Glenview School District Program Teaches 1st & 2nd Graders to Ride Bikes (Tribune)
    • Driving From Beverly to Bridgeport: Notes on Ashland Avenue (Main Street Beverly)
    • Cycling Beekeeper's Hives Stolen in McKinley Park (DNA)
    • Despite Drivers Taking Slower Turns Around 'Lincoln Hub', Neighbors Complain (DNA)
    • West Town Bikes's Middle School Students Prepping for Bloomingdale Trail Opening (RedEye)

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