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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 22

    • Impressions of Loop Link's First Weekday Service (Tribune, Sun-TimesDNA, CBS, Chicagoist)
    • Ashland & Western Express Bus Service Started Monday (Sun-Times)
    • New Study Links Chicago Expressway Pollution With an Uptick in Violent Crime (DNA)
    • Violence Discourages Walking & Biking to School in Underserved Communities (Active Trans)
    • Metra Adding Special Passes, Extra Service for the Holidays (Sun-Times)
    • New Renderings of Development With 493 Parking Spots Proposed for Wrigleyville (DNA)
    • Plan Commission Approves Condo Tower With 57 Units, 105 Spaces, 1 Block From 'L' (DNA)
    • Controversial Hermosa Speed Cams Begin Issuing Tickets Tomorrow (DNA)
    • Part of LSD & Surrounding Streets Will Be Closed for Navy Pier Flyover Work (DNA)
    • Winter Bike Challenge & Bike to Work Day Will Take Place Next Month (Active Trans)
    • Active Trans-Run Greenline Wheels in Oak Park Offering Free Winter Cycling Clinics
    • Some Useful, and Not-So-Useful, Tips for Winter Cycling (Tribune)

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