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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 28


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• CTA: CDOT is installing (non-camera enforced) bus-only lanes on Chicago between Sangamon/Larrabee, bus priority lanes between Grand/Campbell

• Tribune: CTA could provide up to 250 buses for use during the DNC. Will that leave enough for regular bus service? (Tribune)

• Driver struck and killed person on foot Sunday around 2:17 PM on I-57 near West 99th in Chicago's Washington Heights neighborhood (ABC)

• Woman, 44, killed, 3 injured in 3-vehicle crash involving motorists who had previously collided and were driving to CPD station to make a report (ABC)

Daily Herald looks at Metra's survey to collect input on how the commuter railroad's schedule should be remixed

• Apartment building with 200 units, at least 30 affordable, at Anne Sather spot next to Belmont Red/Brown/Purple station, still in the works (Block Club)

Velo/Outside: Lael Wilcox just left Chicago to bicycle around the globe, with plans to reach Indianapolis Saturday night. Did she eat at Waffle House?

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