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    • 53-Year-Old Man Fatally Struck While Biking in Hanover Park (Tribune)
    • How to Exit a Cab So That You Don't Injure or Kill Anyone (FK Law)'
    • An Infographic on Illinois' 3-Foot Rule (Keating Law)
    • Brewery Owner: Bringing Back Happy Hour in Illinois Will Lead to More DUI Deaths (NYT)
    • What Do Self-Driving Cars Mean for the Future of Cities? (MPC)
    • Metra Defenda Tasing of Non-Violent Passenger by Police (Tribune)
    • The Opposite of TOD? Pritzker Wants to Build 50 Units, 75 Spots Next to 'L' Station (DNA)
    • Metra Completes $4 Million Rehab of Flossmoor Station (CBS)
    • Urine Trouble: Lack of Bathrooms Means 606 Visitors Are Swamping Local Businesses (DNA)
    • 4 Quick Tips for Improving Your Bike Commute (Chicago Mag)
    • A Brief History of Bicycling in Elgin (Tribune)

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