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City officials and area aldermen revealed street designs and development possibilities Thursday.
Erik Lucansky, 17, was hit by a Union Pacific Northwest train about 6:50 a.m. Friday, Metra said.
Train stations will be shut down some weekends, and the work will likely be loud, officials said.
Uber insisted 40 percent of its rides begin or end in underserved areas, while taxi firms scoffed.
City crews have filled more than 215,000 potholes in 2014. Another 25,000 are slated for March.
Residents complained after seeing Red Line construction crews repeatedly parking illegally.
The work was originally scheduled for last month but postponed due to weather and utilities issues.
Some residents wanted to add parking to the proposed 8-story building.
The Active Transportation Alliance floated the idea last month to rid Bryn Mawr of traffic.
The controversial transportation network will deliver Polish pastries on Paczki Day.
The closure is part of the state's $475 million overhaul of the Circle Interchange.
The city set aside $3.1 million for the project, according to city records.
Ira Silverstein wants to prohibit wearing mobile computing eyewear while behind the wheel.
CTA listed a five-story "transit-oriented" development among its Blue Line reconstruction plans.
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