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    • Planned disruptions at the Granville, Thorndale and Bryn Mawr stations start Friday (WTTW)
    • Motorist fatally struck man, 72, on bike in North Lawndale (CBS)
    • SUV driver fatally struck young man in Mount Greenwood (Sun-Times)
    • 3 Chicago police officers hurt in squad car crash In Lawndale (CBS)
    • CPD reports 8 recent violent robberies on CTA platforms downtown and in Lincoln Park (NBC)
    • A look at Chicago pedestrian safety stats (Chicago Now)
    • Lack of masks on pedestrians on riverwalk sparks safety concerns (CBS)
    • The Sun-Times looks at public art in CTA Stations
    • Tour de France has been postponed, but there's a virtual TDF going on right now (Chainlink)
    • Street Love Ride: Rolling Deep for Peace in North Lawndale on 8/15 at 5 PM, 3147 W. Douglas

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