Details of the Clybourn barrier-protected bike lanes were presented at a meeting Thursday night.
The mayor and a group of aldermen plan to officialy introduce an ordinance Wednesday.
The city is considering alternative sites in the Near North area following neighborhood backlash.
Neighborhood students will get 30 percent of the spots, but boundaries are still unclear, CPS said.
At least seven Chicago aldermen support the measure, backed by activist group ONE Northside.
Even the local alderman said he wasn't completely in the loop as some locals expressed anger Monday.
Park space in a Cabrini-Green redevelopment would be sacrificed under the school plan, they say.
Lincoln Elementary, Children's Memorial Hospital, the zoo's gorilla, Manierre Elementary and Bobby Cann.
Raised curbs between cars and bikes are used in some other cities.
A portion of Clybourn Avenue honors Groupon worker and cyclist who was struck and killed by a car in May.
There are 200 jobs being created at the new Target, including 75 for Cabrini-Green families.
West Loop developer Fifield has a plan to kickstart the “Cap the Kennedy” proposal.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Ald. Walter Burnett (27th) helped break ground Wednesday afternoon.
Organizers of a taekwondo program at Manierre Elementary hope to raise $24,000 to continue the program.
The neighborhood celebrated as longtime owner George Lemperis received an honorary street sign.
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