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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, May 15


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• Mayor Johnson touts achievement on one year anniversary in office, but how's he doing on transportation issues? (Block Club)

• Fran Spielman: "Fare question: Why has Mayor Brandon Johnson resisted demands to fire CTA President Dorval Carter Jr.?" (Sun-Times)

• Hit-and-run Mercedes driver struck and injured pedestrian crossing street Friday 5/10, just before 6 PM near Metra Clybourn Station in Bucktown (ABC)

• CPD releases photos of man who allegedly serious injured CTA passenger by assaulting them 4/10 around 11:14 p.m. on Pink Line near at Polk station (FOX)

• CTA riders, victims discuss early May robberies, attacks on Red Line (Sun-Times)

• Building crash: SUV driver crashed into front of Fanny Mae candy shop Tuesday afternoon at 7001 Lincoln Ave. in Lincolnwood, no injuries (CBS)

• Mayor Johnson celebrates Bike to Work Week by shooting a video of cycling from City Hall

• You can keep the celebration going with Active Transportation Alliance's Bike to Work Month listing of events across the region through June

• Chicago Ride of Silence honoring fallen cyclists gather tonight 5/15, 6 PM at Dickens Greenway Plaza; Ride to plaza leaves 5:30 PM from Queen's Landing

Ride of Silence events are also happening tonight in Arlington Heights, Downers Grove, Elgin, Elmhurst, Evanston, Villa Park, and Woodstock

• Chicago Parent: Cruise these kid-friendly bike trails this summer (Chicago Parent)

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