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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 4

8:59 AM CST on January 4, 2018

    • Op-Ed: O'Hare Express Plan Is a One-Trick Pony, But CrossRail Would Improve It (Tribune)
    • Kennedy: Emanuel Has a "Strategic Gentrification Plan" to Push Out Black Residents (Sun-Times)
    • Bruce Rauner Discusses Transportation Infrastructure With the Herald-News
    • Chicago Man, 27, Fatally Struck at Howard and Ridge in Evanston (Daily Northwestern)
    • Woman Catches Alleged Red Line Thief, Detains Him Until Police Arrive (ABC)
    • Landscape Group: Banning Cars From Cornell Drive Goes Against Olmsted's Vision (Sun-Times)
    • Resident Questions the Value of the New Aurora Ped Bridge, Officials Defend It (Tribune)
    • CTA Bus Tracker Was Down for a Few Hours Yesterday Due to a Software Glitch (Fox)
    • Tips for Riding Transit in Cold Weather (Chicago Tribune)
    • Active Trans (Brilliantly!) Celebrates the Designation of Biking as Illinois' Official Exercise

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