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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 8

    • CTA's 25-Cent Fare Hike Kicked in Yesterday (NBC)
    • Editorial: Metra Was Wrong to Spend $315,000 on Consultant's Fare-Tinkering Study (Tribune)
    • Emanuel: Kennedy's Claim That Rahm Has a “Strategic Gentrification Plan” Is "Hallucinatory" (MSN)
    • Metra Tests Positive Train Control, Wants Full Installation by 2019 (Tribune)
    • ATA Award Winner Rep. Dan Lipinski Faces Primary Challenge From Pro-Choice Candidate (Politico)
    • How Aldermanic Privilege Can Limit Affordable Housing and Fuel Segregation (Chicago Reader)
    • Pace Opens New Park-N-Ride Station in Elgin as Ridership Increases (CCC)
    • Several TODs Are Planned for Uptown in 2018 (Curbed)
    • The Weather Gods Were Merciful for Sunday's No Pants Subway Ride (Tribune)
    • Chris Kennedy Speaks Tuesday 6 PM at Chi Hack Night, Merchandise Mart 8th Floor
    • MPC Hosts Workshops to Brainstorm Ideas for Old Bank Building by Green Line Stop
    • (A Few) January Events on the Lakefront Trail (Active Trans)

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