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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, May 29

    • Schwieterman Argues That $1 State Surcharge on Ride-Hailing Would Hurt Car-Free Folks (Tribune)
    • SUV Driver Fatally Struck Juan Espinoza, 24, on I-355 After He Stopped Following a Crash (Tribune)
    • Son of Verona Gunn, 84, Killed by Officer Running Red, Calls Crash "100% Avoidable" (NBC)
    • WTTW Looks at Issues of Safety and Confusion on the Newly Separated Lakefront Trail
    • It Bears Repeating: Men Should Not "Draft" Women on Bikes Without Asking Permission (Chainlink)
    • Most Chicagoans Live 10 Minutes From a Park, But There's Room for Improvement (Curbed)
    • WBEZ's Crowdsourced Summer Guide Includes 20 Bike-Oriented Ideas
    • Meeting on Proposed Dickens Greenway, Thursday 6-7 PM, 2101 N. Freemont (Chainlink)
    • Chicago Critical Mass This Friday, Leaving Daley Plaza Around 6 PM (Chainlink)

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