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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 7

9:00 AM CST on January 7, 2016

    • CTA Plans to Make All Stations Accessible Within 20 Years (Tribune)
    • Crain's: Illinois Will Be Penalized in $480 Million Bond Sale to Fund Infrastructure
    • NW Indiana's Infrastructure Outlook May Not Be as Rosy as It Seems (Tribune)
    • Former VP of LAZ Parking Charged With Fraud (Sun-Times)
    • Police: Armed Robbery Perpetrated on the Blue Line in Wicker Park (DNA)
    • 8 Passengers Got Stuck in an Elevator at the 79th Street Station for 2 Hours (NBC)
    • Active Trans: Tips on Addressing the Problem of Snow in Bike Lanes
    • Letter: Longmeadow Parkway Would Have a Negative Impact on Wildlife (Herald)
    • Buffalo Grove Hikes Metra Parking Fees to Pay for Lot Maintenance (Herald)
    • Curbed Checks Out the Strava Bike Heat Map
    • DNA Explores the New Path and Parkland at Fullerton and the Lake
    • Igloo Built on Wacker to Highlight Buildings' Failure to Clear Sidewalks (DNA)

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