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Groups Work to Make Dangerous Logan Square Intersection Safer for Cyclists

Local organizations are studying ways to improve the Logan Boulevard & Western Avenue junction.

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Cyclists and pedestrians at the intersection of Logan Boulevard and Western Avenue in Chicago have a lot stacked against them: heavy traffic, road bends, obstructed sightlines, and highway on-ramps. So the Active Transportation Alliance is working with several local groups to study solutions that will make travel safer for non-drivers. Early ideas include a new stoplight and more noticeable bike lanes.