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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 21

4:29 PM CDT on May 21, 2019

    • MPC's Marisa Novara, a leading eTOD advocate, Appointed Housing Chief (WBEZ)
    • RTA's Kirk Dillard: State Capital Bill Needs to Give a Bigger Slice of the Pie to Transit (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Offers New Schedule on BNSF Line to Address Crowding (Tribune)
    • What's Your Transportation Wish List for the New Administration? (The Chainlink)
    • Police: 11 Injured, 2 Critically, After Turning SUV Driver Failed to Yield to CTA Bus (Sun-Times)
    • Social Media Tracks Down Tuxedo-Wearing Good Samaritan Who Aided Crash Victim (NBC)
    • Metra Hires Firm to Extend BNSF Extension Into Kendall County (Tribune)
    • NACTO Cites Chicago's Washington/Franklin Intersection as a Best Practice (Streetsblog Denver)
    • Cyclist and Squirrel Attack Survivor Ald. Brooks Will Chair the Transportation Committee (Block Club)
    • Naperville Sun Reporter Erin Hegarty Tries Commuting 30 Miles From Chicago to Naperville
    • Glencoe Holds a Bike Safety Rodeo (Tribune)
    • Here's the Skinny on Bike the Drive on May 26 (Tribune)

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