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Tour Austin by Bike

Tour Austin by Bike

Join Lee Diamond on one his interesting neighborhood tours on  April 25, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Columbus Park at 500 South Central Avenue in Chicago. Lee’s tours are wonderful as the group rides through a neighborhood, stopping at architecturally notable or historical spots, where Lee recounts the history or details. There […]

How Well do you know the “L?”

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How Well do you know the “L?”

Here is a transit loving quiz about the “L” from DNAinfo’s Tanveer Ali. It will help you pass time as you transit home from work or school. How Well Do You Know the ‘L’? Like this: Like Loading…

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18th Street Bridge to Open Monday April 13th

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18th Street Bridge to Open Monday April 13th

The 18th Street bridge has been closed since December for some reconstruction. According to a call to “311,” the bridge will re-open to traffic on April 13th. The bridge was open to pedestrians on Saturday.   Like this: Like Loading…

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South Loop Voters Concerned about Bike Lanes

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South Loop Voters Concerned about Bike Lanes

Voters in the South Loop expressed their displeasure as they headed to the polls on Tuesday for Chicago’s mayoral and aldermanic elections. Voters at a polling place in Grace Episcopal Church in the South Loop on Tuesday said they were passionate about bike lanes and other issues. “Our city is being set up for bikes, […]

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Chicago Mayoral Election in the Gold Coast

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Chicago Mayoral Election in the Gold Coast

Byline: Summer Diab and Brianna Thomas Terrell Smith, an election worker at a polling place in the Gold Coast, called Tuesday for more city spending in poorer neighborhoods, a raise in property taxes and more jobs. Smith said he opposes Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who is seeking his second four-year term. Emanuel has to win 50 […]

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18th Chicago Bike Winter Art Show Opens

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18th Chicago Bike Winter Art Show Opens

The Chainlink is a good place for bicycle riders to connect with. From suggestions for riding in heavy snow, to tales of those harrowing rides, to information about events where you can dream bikes while it snows, the Chainlink is the place. You can start with the 18th Chicago Bike Winter Art Show 18th Chicago […]

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First Look at Cermak-McCormick Place Green Line Stop

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First Look at Cermak-McCormick Place Green Line Stop

Green Line Opens New Stop in Time for Auto Show Like this: Like Loading…

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