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    • Bike Lane Uprising follower: Recently I've been frustrated and scared riding in Chicago
    • Illinois transit projects, including 606 extension, get $300M in federal transportation bill (Crain's)
    • CTA unveils rendering for new State and Lake train station (ABC)
    • CTA moving 127-year-old Lakeview apartment building as part of Belmont Flyover project (Tribune)
    • 1 dead, 2 hurt after police chase ends in multi-vehicle crash in Northwest Indiana (NBC)
    • Man arrested for shooting at CTA bus after being denied entry for refusal to wear mask (CBS)
    • 43rd Street pedestrian bridge is being demolished today to make way for ADA accessible span (Block Club)
    • More powerful, more visible, sleeker Divvy bikes will be coming to the fleet this fall (Time Out)
    • Bike the Drive returns on September 5 (NBC)

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