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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 26

8:59 AM CDT on October 26, 2022

    • Sociologist photographed 100 buildings before they were torn down. What happened to sites 10 years later? (Block Club)
    • Jaguar driver critically injured female pedestrian, 75, on 1500 block of West Chicago Ave. in West Town (ABC)
    • Man critically injured by Mercedes driver who ran red at 46th/Ashland IDed as Lawrence Fish employee Larry Wilson, 63 (ABC)
    • 58-mile Marquette Trail bike path will connect Chicago to Michigan (Crain's)
    • Inside the lab where Lyft freezes, twists, and slams its bikes, including model used for Divvy (Fast Company)
    • SRAM marketing chief David Zimberoff leaving to focus on a transportation research project for World Bicycle Relief (BRAIN)
    • UTC hosts "Chicago’s Maritime Outlook: High Water Mark at IIPD & Riverfront" online talk on 11/10 at noon
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