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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 5

10:42 AM CDT on May 5, 2020

    • Posts have been added to bike lane, intersection, where trucker killed Carla Aiello (Block Club)
    • Plans for Michael Reese site include a new Metra station (Block Club)
    • What we know about how COVID-19 traveled to Chicago (WTTW)
    • Fewer customers mean new realities for transit agencies, tollway authority (NBC)
    • Crain's op-ed calls inclusion of bike/ped facilities in Illinois infra bill "hard to justify"
    • 4 seriously hurt after driver runs stop sign in Englewood (Sun-Times)
    • Petition to reopen LFT to bikes gets 1,250+ supporters, national coverage on NPR

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