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Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 18

9:05 AM CDT on May 18, 2015

    • LSNA Calls for Property Tax Controls to Help Keep The 606 From Displacing Residents (DNA)
    • 294 Killed in Illinois Crashes So Far This Year, 15 More Than This Time  in 2014 (Tribune)
    • CTA Contract Worker Electrocuted While Doing Work on Brown Line Tracks (Tribune)
    • 2 Women Injured, 1 Critically, in Elgin Right-Angle Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Activists Hold "Black Lives Matter" Demonstration on Red Line Train (DNA)
    • Yellow Line Service Suspended After Embankment Gives Way (Tribune)
    • Active Trans: To Judge Whether Chicago Is Bike-Friendly, We Need to Measure Level of Stress
    • TOD Project With 33 Units, 6 Parking Spaces Moving Forward by Southport Stop (Curbed)
    • Bikes N' Roses Riders Near Springfield, Where They Will Ask Rauner to Restore Funding (DNA)
    • Tips on Avoiding Bike Theft From Streetsblog Freelancer Brett Ratner (The Chainlink)

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