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Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 7

10:19 AM CDT on May 7, 2018

    • For the Third Time, Crain's Cites Toronto's Failed Airport Train as a Best Practice
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Hits 5 People, Killing 1, on Eisenhower Ramp After Cab Breaks Down (WGN)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Seriously Injures Boy on Bike in Portage Park (Sun-Times)
    • Hit-and-Run-Driver Strikes Man on Sidewalk, Pinning Him Against a Porch (ABC)
    • Residents Argue That LFT Separation in Uptown Will Actually Create More Conflicts (Tribune)
    • ABC Looks at the Progress of the Entire Trail Separation Project
    • Dockless Bike-Share Companies Gripe About Chicago's "Lock-to" Requirement (Tribune)
    • Parks Advocates Argue That Car-Free Cornell Shouldn't Be Counted as Parkland (Sun-Times)
    • Today Is Crossing Guard Appreciation Day -- Thank Your Local CG (Chicago Crusader)
    • May Events on the Lakefront Trail (Active Trans)
    • The 606 Will Be Closed to the Public for a $35 "Fun Run" Benefit on Saturday, June 23Banner for our fundraising campaign that says Donate and help us win a $50,000 grant from The Chicago Community Trust to hire a new reporter

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