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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, July 17

    • Kane County is looking into a bike sharing system (Daily Herald)
    • Google Maps will now display information at bike share stations (The Verge)
    • John looks at non-cyclists' fears of being struck by people on bikes (Chicago Reader)
    • ProPublica event toolkit on how to start a local conversation about parking tickets (ProPublica)
    • Going to Pitchfork this weekend? The Tribune has a detailed map and transit options (Tribune)
    • Swimming in the Chicago River? It's likely to happen by next summer (Sun-Times)
    • 146-unit development proposed for bank and surface lot in Belmont Cragin (Nadig Newspapers)

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