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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 12

    • Major Rush Hour Delays After Body Removed From Red Line Tracks Near Bryn Mawr (Tribune)
    • Elmhurst Metra Riders Left Stranded in the Cold After Full Train Doesn't Stop at Station (ABC)
    • Driver Cited After Injuring Female Pedestrian in Grant Park (Tribune)
    • Writer Richard Pallardy, Who Was Injured by a Hit-and-Run Driver, Discusses His Case (Medium)
    • Ride Illinois Got a $55K IDOT Grant to Promote Bike Safety Quiz Via Stipends
    • Why Doesn't Chicago Have Legislation Regarding Driverless Cars? (Chicago Inno)
    • Aurora Finalizes Transportation Center Plan, Including Bike/Ped Bridge Over Fox (Tribune)
    • Niles Issues RFP for Metra Feasibility Study (Journal & Topics)
    • Clarendon Hills Metra Stop Is Getting a Bike Repair Station (Tribune)
    • CTA-Themed Chicago Taco Authority Opens in Old Irving Park (Tribune)
    • John Kass Agrees With Us That Those Anti-CTA Wisconsin Ads Are Awful (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Will Honor Trail Separation Donor Ken Griffin at 3/7 Gala at 1871 Tech Incubator

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