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    • Dockless Bikeshare Systems Expanding Across the U.S. (Next City)
    • Full Press Release for Pace Dockless Bike-Sharing Launch for South Side (Globe Newswire)
    • Chicago Riverwalk Opens May 18 With Three Days of Events (Loop North News)
    • Parts Of Lake Shore Drive To Close Later This Week For Bridge Work (CBS Chicago)
    • Campaign Taps Commuters’ Complaints to Push for Transit Funding (CLTV)
    • 10th Ward Residents Push Back Against Plan for River Waste Dump (CBS Chicago)
    • Developer Gets Zoning for Two New South Loop Buildings (The Real Deal)
    • Vacant Ravenswood Building Readies for Adaptive Reuse (Curbed)
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