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    • Neighbors Want Safety Improvements for Intersection Where Trucker Killed 7-Year-Old Girl (DNA)
    • Muggers Place Bike in the Path of Cyclist on Lakefront Trail, Causing Him to Crash (CBS)
    • Hundreds Turn Out for The Bloomingdale Trail's One-Year Anniversary Party (DNA)
    • DNA Asks 606 Anniversary Revelers to Describe the Trail in One Word
    • Better Government Association Looks at The 606 Gentrification Issue
    • $515K Loft for Sale Spitting Distance From The Bloomingdale Trail (Curbed)
    • German Mayor Teases Chicago Think Tank for Offering Car Ride to O'Hare After Climate Talk (Forbes)
    • Metropolitan Planning Council Adds 3 New Staffers
    • Elston Curb-Protected Protected Bike Lane Is Taking Shape (CDOT)
    • More on Amish Biking: KY Official Says "Bicycles Are Rampant" Due to Increased Use by Amish (Road.cc)
    • Lots of Events on the Lakefront Trail This Month (Active Trans)
    • On 6/17 South Side Critical Mass Holds Ride to Mark National Gun Violence Awareness Day

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