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In a significant step towards improving pedestrian and cyclist safety, a three-month-long project has culminated in a noteworthy transformation of the bicycle lanes and pedestrian crossings on Augusta Boulevard, in the Chicago neighborhoods of West Town and Ukrainian Village. The primary aim was to create a safer corridor for all road users.

One of the most striking changes is the relocation of bike lanes from a position adjacent to traffic lanes to a more secure position between parking spaces and the curb. In addition, the speed limits on the boulevard have been reduced from 30 mph to 20 mph, a

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