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Today’s Headlines for Friday, May 19

    • Chicago takes the 9th place spot on USA Today's most walkable cities list
    • Bicyclist struck and killed yesterday in North Chicago identified as 36-year-old Kyle Summy (CBS Chicago)
    • As Chicago bike use rises, so do fatalities (Axios)
    • A pedestrian was fatally struck on the Stevenson Expressway late last night (ABC 7)
    • Columnist Natalie Moore says it’s time for a reckoning on public transit’s problems (Sun-Times)
    • Planners share vision for South Side with Red Line extension (Block Club)
    • Kennedy construction is causing trickle-down traffic jams everywhere (CBS Chicago)
    • More than half of the 50 public schools shuttered 10 years ago are still vacant (WBEZ)
    • Global cities expand bike lanes as cycling grows (Christian Science Monitor)

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