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    • Study: As Chicago Expanded Bike Network and Mode Share Rose, Crash, Fatality Rates Fell (Chicagoist)
    • Driver Who Rammed Teen to Death Against Tree Charged With 1st Degree Murder (Sun-Times)
    • Redevelopment of Rezkoville, Along River South of Roosevelt, Could Include 50-Story Tower (Curbed)
    • Concerns About Congestion Kill Plan for 10-Story Building on 2300 Block of N. Clybourn (DNA)
    • Buffered Bike Lanes Installed on Harrison Between Halsted and Loomis (DNA)
    • Edgewater Observer Checks Out the New Glenwood Greenway
    • What's the Best Way to Ride to Big Marsh From the Lakefront Trail? (The Chainlink)
    • Dentist Who Has Biked to Work in the Southland Since 1985 Shares Commuting Tips (Tribune)
    • Chicago Ride of Silence Meets at Daley Plaza This Wednesday at 6 PM to Honor Crash Victims
    • Meeting on Activating Unused Land Under Chicago Skyway Wednesday 6:30 at Sacred Heart (DNA)
    • Lakefront Trail Will Be Closed From Diversey to North for Separation Work, Starting 5/22 (DNA)
    • Swedish Covenant Hospital Is Giving Away 1,000 Free Bike Helmets on 6/10 (Associated Press)

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