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    • More Commentary on Musk Building O'Hare Express (TribuneSun-Times, Chicago Mag, ATA)
    • City Breaks Ground on Garfield Gateway in Washington Park Neighborhood (Curbed)
    • 5 Chicago Transportation Proposals That Never Got off the Ground (Tribune)
    • WTTW Journalist Elizabeth Brackett Has Died From Injuries After Lakefront Trail Bike Crash
    • Pedestrian Struck in Southwest Suburban Matteson (Sun-Times)
    • Boy, 9, Killed in Burbank Hit-and-Run Crash, Mother and Child Injured (Sun-Times)
    • Bail Denied to Man Accused of Unprovoked Attack on Senior on Red Line (WGN)
    • Officer Injured After Crashing Into Pole While Patrolling LFT on an ATV (Sun-Times)
    • Letter: More Enforcement of Drivers Needed to Make Chicago Biking Safer (Tribune)
    • 100-Unit TOD With 10 Affordable Units, 30 Parking Spots Approved for Logan (Curbed)

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