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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, May 2

9:41 AM CDT on May 2, 2018

    • More DoBi Launch Coverage (PatchNBC, Curbed, WTTW, Sun-Times, Next City)
    • Pier Flyover Delayed Again, ATA Says Use Lower LSD Lane for Bikeway (Great Idea!) (WBEZ)
    • Metra Breaks Ground on New Railcar Refurbishment Shop (Herald)
    • Hit-and-Run Drunk Driver Who Struck 4 Cars, Critically Injuring Man, Gets 7 Years (Tribune)
    • 3 CTA Workers Hurt by "Arc Blast" From Transformer in the Loop (Tribune)
    • Parts of LSD Will Be Closed Overnight for 41st St. Bike/Ped Bridge Work (CBS)
    • CTA Expected to Approve Chicago Market Co-op as Wilson Tenant Next Week (Sun-Times)
    • Daily Southtown Writer: I'm Guilty of Distracted Driving but I Will Keep Trying to Stop

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