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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 24

    • Metra CEO Discussed Fare Hike, Body Cams, Flippable Seats at City Club Talk (Herald)
    • Trucker Fatally Struck Car Driver on Bishop Ford, Fled the Scene (Sun-Times)
    • Lawsuit Filed Against Metra After Teen Is Struck While Walking on Tracks (WLS)
    • Video: Cop Throws Coffee at Motorcyclist in River North (DNA)
    • Deal Between Tenants, Landlord Paves the Way for New Logan Square TOD (DNA)
    • New TOD Opens Near The 606 With $1,575 Studio Apartments (Curbed)
    • Firemen Say Concrete Barrier on I-90 Is Delaying Response Times (Herald)
    • Five 55-Inch Interactive WiFi (and Advertising?) Kiosks Coming to Downtown (Tribune)
    • Tips for Winter Commuting by Foot, Bike, Transit, Ride-Share, and Private Car (RedEye)
    • Cyclists Share Photo's From the Chicago Women's March (The Chainlink)

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