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    • Loop Alliance Counts: 1.61M People Walked State St. in the Loop During Last Week of February (Crain's)
    • Suspect Is in Custody After Hit-and-Run Crash That Injured Pedestrian in Oak Park (Tribune)
    • Helmet Cam Footage May Help Convict Driver Who Attacked Cyclist in Madison St. Bike Lane (CBS)
    • Englewood Resident Doesn't Want to Sell His Home to Make Way for Freight Yard (Tribune)
    • Developer Wants to Turn Parking Lot Near Merchandise Mart Stop Into Offices (Curbed)
    • Letter: Let's Turn the Old South Works Site Into a Park With Bike Trails (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Will Close Ticket Offices at 99th & 95th Street in Beverly March 14 (DNA)
    • 2 Lanes of LSD Will Be Closed Through Friday for 35th St. Pedestrian Bridge Work (DNA)
    • Workers Will Blow Up the Torrence Ave. Bridge to Make Way for a New One (DNA)
    • Arts Advocates Hope to Use Crowdfunding to Bring Public Art to Jeff Park (DNA)
    • Ex-CDOT Chief Gabe Klein Will Give the Keynote at Loop Alliance's 3/10 Meeting

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