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Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 17

8:51 AM CDT on May 17, 2021

    • Here's what riders are finding as they return to the CTA and Metra (Tribune)
    • A look at the CTA's "When you're ready, we're ready" campaign (CTA)
    • Chicago area traffic is increasing as more people return to driving (ABC 7)
    • Chicago's Congressional reps are requesting funds for infrastructure improvements (Daily Herald)
    • The Lawrence and Berwyn Red Line stations will be closed for the next three years (Fox 32)
    • My Block, My Hood, My City hosting pop-up fashion show on the Red Line (Block Club)
    • Man charged with planting fake bomb at Bryn Mawr Red Line station (Block Club)
    • Metra adds bike cars to BNSF and Rock Island lines (NBC Chicago)
    • Register for this weekend's Bike Out Negativity ride through North Lawndale and Little Village here

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