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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, December 14

    • Proposal for N. Branch Corridor Include 606 Extension, "Transitway" From Finkle to Ogilvie (DNA)
    • Council Set to Approve Bumpouts at Crash Site, Sposato Explains Why He Dropped Opposition (DNA)
    • Ridership on Lincoln Bus Pilot Nowhere Near Goal, CTA May Extend Test by 6 Months (DNA)
    • Maya Dukmasova Reports on Logan TOD Protest, Eviction Issues (Chicago Reader)
    • "Get Hip to to This Timely Tip": San Bernardino BRT Offers Lessons for Chicago (Active Trans)
    • Oak Park's Green Line Wheels Is Hosting Free "Teach Me Tuesdays" Clinics (Active Trans)
    • How Not to Be a Jerk or a Target While Taking Transit During the Holidays (RedEye)
    • Chainlinkers Discuss Why Biking in Frigid Weather Is More Fun Than You Might Think
    • Sick of the Cold? Explore the Pedway System on These 6 Themed Tours (Time Out)
    • Hero Places an Elegant Table Setting in a Parking Space as a Protest Against "Dibs" (DNA)

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