A proposal to make a portion of Argyle Street a so-called “Shared Street” as part of a new pilot program to make commercial corridors more pedestrian friendly is up for discussion at today’s Pedestrian and Traffic Safety Committee.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Department of Transportation (CDOT) are requesting approval from aldermen to create the city’s first shared street on Argyle between Broadway and Sheridan in the 48th Ward.

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