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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, August 16

A Driver Plowed Into West Town Bakery & Diner's Patio (DNA)

Police Arrest Alleged 606 Assailant -- A 13-Year-Old Girl (DNA)

Nobody Wants to Commute to 'Burbs -- What Can We Do With Office Campuses? (Curbed)

MPC Spreads the Gospel of the #NotaCTABus BRT Scofflaw-shaming Campaign

Breaking Ground on Lakefront Trail Separation (Active Trans)

Divvy Dos & Don'ts (Actually, Riding on Sidewalk to & From a Station Is Legal) (RedEye)

Officials: 1st Phase of North Branch Trail Extenstion to Open September 21 (DNA)

Experimental Station, Home to Blackstone Bikes, Could Be Getting a Cafe (Chicagoist)

MPC Planner Will Jump Into Calumet River to Raise Funds for Cal-Sag Trail (DNA)

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