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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, August 1

    • U.S. Steel Will Sell South Works Site to Emerald Living, Paving the Way for up to 20,000 Units (DNA)
    • New Graphic Novel From CAF & Local Teens Looks at Displacement Issues Along The 606 (Next City)
    • Washington-Wabash Station Slated to Open by Labor Day, Wabash Reopened to Vehicles (DNA)
    • Op Ed: It's Time to Create Rapid-Transit Service on the Metra Electric (South Side Weekly )
    • Parents Share Near-Miss Horror Stories at Jeff Park School, Praise Plan for Bumpouts (DNA)
    • Streetfilms Checks Out the Dutch-Inspired Intersection Treatment at Randolph/Dearborn
    • Less Than a Week After Police Alert About 3 Robberies on The 606, a 4th Person Is Robbed (DNA)
    • Bike Super-Commuter Bill Savage Reflects on Being a "Bi-Sider" Chicagoan (Chicago Mag)

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