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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 22

9:19 AM CST on January 22, 2018

    • Ride-Hailing Helped Cause Double-Digit Drops in Weekend 'L' Train Ridership (Crain's)
    • Would Landing the Amazon HQ Cause Mass Displacement in Chicago? (Tribune)
    • Cultural Landscape Foundation: The Obama Center Would Destroy Jackson Park (Dezeen)
    • CTA Bus Driver Struck Woman in 100 Block of West Division in Old Town (Sun-Times)
    • Man Charged With Arson, Battery After Setting Fire on Red Line Train at Argyle (Tribune)
    • Red Light Cams Will Be Installed at Michigan/Ontario and Michigan/Jackson (Tribune)
    • Parking Ban on Halsted in Boystown Late at Night on Weekends to Prevent "Car Parties" (CWB)
    • Metra Issues Reminder About Fare Hikes and Service Cuts (NBC)
    • City Will Use Lot Next to Lawrence Stop for Staging Equipment During Rehab (Curbed)
    • Reilly Proposes Ordinance to Ban Live or Broadcasted Music on the Riverwalk (Tribune)
    • Lindsay Bayley Discusses the Milwaukee Avenue Redesign in Wicker Park (Strong Towns)
    • Meeting on Milwaukee Reconstruction in Logan 1/30, 5:30 PM at Logandale School (Active Trans)

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