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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 29

9:00 AM CDT on May 28, 2020

    • Wabansia, Wood, and Roscoe are also getting Slow Streets treatments (Sun-Times)
    • Biagi says CDOT may create emergency bus lanes as part of reopening strategy (Crain's)
    • Daily Northwestern looks at the challenges facing transit agencies, workers, and riders
    • Meet Active Trans' new bus organizing fellows, conducting surveys of essential workers
    • Juan Cabral, 55, dies nearly 3 weeks after driver struck him in Back of the Yards (Sun-Times)
    • Teen driving stolen car injured bicyclist on 1300 block of W. Hubbard (WGN)
    • Chicago may re-legalize accessory dwelling units, aka "granny flats" (Tribune)
    • Boystown is getting rainbow bike racks (Block Club)

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