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Thought this should be posted before Monday's commute

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As of this morning (Wednesday 11/5), the sand between Fullerton and North was all plowed away, and it was fine to ride again. There were workers already putting down new asphalt between Goethe and Division, along the Gold Coast, and a worker told me it should be open for riding again tomorrow. In the mean time, there was plenty of room to ride on the concrete next to it instead.

Rumor has it they dumped all the rubble removed from the LFP into the Sacramento/Marshall Blvd PBL to try to make it more rideable.

It might take that much. ;)

h' 1.0 said:

Rumor has it they dumped all the rubble removed from the LFP into the Sacramento/Marshall Blvd PBL to try to make it more rideable.

The LFP is back up to pre-storm condition north of the museum campus with the exception of the area at the Ohio beach junction. This area was already under construction for the Chicago River flyover. 

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