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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 19

    • Kevenides: City Tried to Have Bike Lanes Classified as "Recreational Facilities" to Limit Liability
    • CTA Plans to Add 27 All-Electric, Standard-Size Buses to Its Fleet (Sun-Times)
    • More Coverage of the Campaign for More Frequent Metra Electric Service (DNA)
    • Charges Pending Against Driver in Fatal, Possibly Alcohol-Related NW Side Crash (Sun-Times)
    • Family of Woman Killed by a Home Run Inn Delivery Driver Is Suing the Company (ABC)
    • Man Injured in Shooting on 75th Street Bus (Tribune)
    • $100K Settlement for Courier Who Was Struck From Behind in Lakeview (Keating)
    • Advice for Dealing With Indecent Exposure & Sexual Harassment on the CTA (RedEye)
    • A Map of New Home Construction in Chicago (Curbed)
    • Beverly Folks Who Asked for Divvy Are Bummed That 'Burbs Are Getting It First (DNA)
    • RedEye Checks Out the New Lakefront Trail Section at Fullerton

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