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    • An In-Depth Look at the Red-Purple Modernization Project (DNA)
    • How Much Farther Will Customers Have to Walk During the RPM Work? (DNA)
    • Man Dies After CTA Bus-Pedestrian Crash in Canaryville (Tribune)
    • Do IDOT's Dynamic Message Signs Encourage People to Drive Safely? (Tribune)
    • FK Law Discusses Bike Crashes That Involve Brain Injuries
    • Delays for Commuters After Metra Electric Train Derails Downtown (Sun-Times)
    • 1st Public Meeting on Weber Spur Trail to Be Held Next Tuesday (Curbed)
    • CBS Catches Wind of the City's First Curb-Protected Bike Lanes
    • Tales of the Bloomingdale Trail You Won't Read in The 606 Brochures (Sun-Times)
    • Festivities Galore for the Trail's June 6 Grand Opening (The 606)
    • Ride of Silence Taking Place Tonight, Gathering at Daley Plaza at 6 PM (Keating)

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