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    • Beth White, Who Managed The 606 Project, Will Lead Parks Group in Houston (DNA)
    • The Divvy-Endorsed CycleFinder App Gets a Makeover (Tribune)
    • Why Were Several Dozen 'L' Stops Eliminated During the 20th Century? (MPC)
    • Red Line Cell Phone Jammer Placed May Be Able to Avoid a Conviction (Tribune)
    • 60-Unit, 30-Space TOD Planned Close to Clark/Division Stop (Curbed)
    • Development Planned Near Red Line's Sheridan Station With 28 Units, 14 Spaces (Curbed)
    • The Six Corners Association Dedicates 2 Bike Murals & 4 Parking Corals This Saturday
    • Loop Alliance Hosts "Big City, Big Data" Talk on 4/14, Including a Discussion of Ped Counts

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