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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, August 26

    • City issues RFPs for pedestrian-oriented projects in low-income communities (Architect's Newspaper)
    • Is a mass exodus from downtown in the wake of looting a realistic scenario? (Chicago Mag)
    • Driver critically injured male cyclist, 33, on the 7800 block of South Vincennes (Sun-Times)
    • Andersonville street mural honors Black transgender people lost to violence (Block Club)
    • Metra: Union Pacific’s refusal to collect fares is costing $1 million a month in lost revenue (Tribune)
    • Infrastructure projects will shut down some Ukrainian Village roads in upcoming months
    • Here's how to weigh in on the new name for the West Ridge nature preserve (Block Club)

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