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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 18

    • City announces "Rediscover Summer" program to provide recreation opportunities for kids
    • Delayed updates on O'Hare shuttle system frustrating airline passengers (CBS 2)
    • Paid parking meters are being installed at Montrose Harbor (Block Club)
    • NPR's Marketplace program looks into how transit agencies are bringing riders back
    • Amtrak route between Chicago and Detroit being bumped up to 110 mph (Detroit News)
    • Developer returns with updated apartment plan for parking lot in Lincoln Square (Block Club)
    • Tribune reporter Sarah Freishman discusses CTA and Metra story on WGN Radio
    • Chicago school bus companies are seeking drivers for this autumn (CBS 2)
    • Employees at Experimental Station, which owns and operates Blackstone Bicycle Works, vote for union (Block Club)
    • Active Trans seeks signatures to advance effort for HB 270 in Springfield

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