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    • DNA Looks at Divvy Ridership in the Loop, Uptown & Logan Square
    • "Champion of Change" Awardee Oboi Reed Discusses Slow Roll Chicago's Mission (DNA)
    • SUV Driver Fatally Strikes Woman Using Walker in Beach Park (Tribune)
    • Teen Driving Stolen Car in Brighton Park Injures Pedestrian, Crashes Into Building (Sun-Times)
    • Op-Ed: Let's Optimize, Not Fight, Ride-Sharing & the New "Sharing Economy" (Sun-Times)
    • The 606, Riverwalk & Northerly Island Help Make Chicago a "Lab for Future Infrastructure" (Dezeen)
    • Letter: Already Poorly Placed Miro Sculpture Is Now Hidden Behind a Loop Link Shelter (Sun-Times)
    • Mundelein Considers Overnight Parking Ban (Daily Herald)
    • Flyers Ask Drivers to Park Close to Other Cars in Order to Avoid Being a "Parking Pig" (DNA)
    • Hinz, a Wrigleyville Resident, Pleads "Don't Drive to Cubs Games" (Crain's)

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