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Two of the three bicyclists killed were struck at night, city officials said.

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The new lanes would make up for the closure of Cornell and Marquette drives, officials said Wednesday.

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CDOT will hold two meetings in South Shore on the plans so far for making the road closures work.

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The new Loop "L" stop will be one of the busiest in the city once it opens. 

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The total is on pace to eclipse the number of deaths last year, when 44 people were killed.

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The project is being funded through a $75,000 transportation grant from Cook County.

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The city said it can keep commute times close to the same, despite adding 6,000 cars to Stony Island.

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"That bridge was an eyesore," Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Monday.

Logan Square »

The side guards protect crash victims from being run over by a large truck’s rear wheels.

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In all, 15,827 people were injured in Chicago car crashes in 2015, according to state data.

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In all, 1,620 miles of city streets have been repaved since Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office in 2011.

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The lights could illuminate "crazy dark" streets under the Green Line, Ald. Walter Burnett said.

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You won't have to cross the street to get on a bus from the train again. 

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CDOT said on Friday that it had resurfaced more than 100 miles of streets so far.