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    • Tribune Lauds Emanuel's Infrastructure Wins, Notes Failures in Underserved Neighborhoods
    • Active Trans: Scooters Can Help Build a Constituency for More Car-Free Lanes
    • Damen Green Stop Opening Pushed Back to 2021 Due to Contract Award Delay (Tribune)
    • 5 People From Memphis Killed on I-55 in Southern Illinois on Their Way to Chicago (Tribune)
    • Video Released of Hit-and-Run Crash That Injured Pedestrian in Tri-Taylor (WGN)
    • A Look at Pot-Related DUI Issues on the Eve of Springfield Legalization Talks (Tribune)
    • CBS Interviewed Red Line Riders on the Eve of "The Red Line" TV Drama Debut
    • Meeting on South Loop Bikeways This Tuesday 6 PM at Grace Place, 637 S. Dearborn (BLU)

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