Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 14

  • CTA Is Already Bracing Itself for Rauner Transit Funding Cuts (Tribune)
  • Grimshaw: Plan for the Obama Library Must Include Better & More Frequent Transit (CNT)
  • WalkScore Ranks Chicago the 6th Most Bikeable City in US (RedFin)
  • Pace’s Arterial BRT System on NW Side Will Feature Heated Shelters (Active Trans)
  • 6 Corners Residents Brainstorm Ways to Make the Area More Walkable & Bikeable (Active Trans)
  • South Lakeview Neighbors Gripe About the Half-Finished Lincoln Placemaking Project (DNA)
  • Woman Who Survived Rape Attempt on CTA Is Angry at Bystander Who Failed to Help (Tribune)
  • Passing on the Right Leads to South Loop Car Crash (DNA)
  • Ramp Closure For Jane Byrne Interchange Work This Weekend (DNA)
  • Witness: Tow Truck Moved Car From a Legal Spot to an Illegal One, Then Towed It (DNA)

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