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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, July 27

    • CTA launches initiative to increase small business participation in large-scale, government capital projects (Mass Transit)
    • Man arrested on billboard after police say he waved gun on Brown Line at Chicago Avenue, snagging trains (CBS)
    • CTA and Metra announce expanded service for Lollapalooza (Southland Journal)
    • Calumet Park hopes to attract young professionals with apartment complex planned next to Ashland Metra stop (Tribune)
    • Cooking oil company bankrolls vintage CTA color scheme 'L' car wrappers (Chicago Crusader)
    • Cycle Smithy will close beloved Lincoln Park Bike Shop in September after 49 years (Block Club)
    • Commemorative CRR19 bike ride this Saturday will highlight history, honor those killed in Chicago's race riots (CBS)
    • We Keep You Rollin’ hold annual bike ride on Saturday to advocate for South Side bike infra (Block Club)

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