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9:10 AM CDT on August 5, 2015

    • Emanuel, McCarthy Discuss the Benefits of Policing by Bike (DNA)
    • Active Trans Celebrates South Shore Victory, Calls for Closing Burnham Greenway Gap
    • More Southland Communities Want Walkability, Transit-Oriented Development (Tribune)
    • Taxi Drivers Are Forming a Union to Fight for "A Level Playing Field" With Ride-Sharing (DNA)
    • CPS Is Pushing Many High Schools' Start Times Back to Save on Transportation Costs (DNA)
    • Fundraiser Is Being Held for Family of 12-Year-Old Boy Killed in Bike/Car Crash (Keating)
    • Cyclist Struck While Waiting at Red Light Receive 2 Separate Settlements (Keating)
    • Editorial: For Safety, Grayslake Street That's Open Now Should Be Gated Again (Herald)
    • Arlington Heights Residents Successfully Lobby to Get 7 Stop Signs Installed (Herald)
    • Residents Want to Landmark Funky, Tiled Old Town Block to Protect It From Developers (Crains)
    • Cars Can Now Be Booted on Private Property in More Than Half the City (DNA)
    • CNU & AIA Holding a Tactical Urbanism Event to "Brighten Sunnyside Mall" on August 27

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