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Velodrome Construction; Bus Rapid Transit on Western; More!

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SOUTH WORKS—The temporary velodrome that's under construction at 86th & Burley is nearing completion, a tipster tells Curbed. "Volunteers wanted." [CurbedWire Inbox]

WICKER PARK—CDOT commissioner Gabe Klein pulled out the big scissors on Friday to cut the ribbon on the city's first on-street bike corral. Steven Vance and John Greenfield were on the scene and reported on the event. [Grid]

LINCOLN PARK—43rd Ward Ald. Michele Smith is still trying to block the grocery store at Webster Square from getting built, but the development is still "chugging along," Skyline reports. [Skyline]

WEST SIDE—In an interview with CTA Tattler, CTA President Forrest Claypool says that full-blown bus rapid transit could happen on Western. "It offers the best opportunity and connects all our rail station. That’s the beauty of it. It would be like the Circle Line," Claypool says. [CTA Tattler]