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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 26

    • CTA Unveils Preferred Route for South Red Line Extension Today (CBS)
    • Active Trans' Ron Burke Does a Postmortem on the Oak Park Divvy Program
    • The Baffler Looks at the Problem With "Distracted Pedestrian" Laws
    • Sterling Bay Announces Plans for 4 New High Rises Near Green Line in West Loop (Curbed)
    • Wisconsin's Anti-CTA Ad Campaign "Insults the Lifestyles Loved by the People it Targets" (DCP)
    • Aaron Renn Analyzes What the Wisconsin Campaign Got Wrong About Chicago (Crain's)
    • Since Metra Is Raising Fares, Could They Do Something About Poor Rider Etiquette? (Tribune)
    • Chicago Lost Its Velodrome, but Detroit Has a New Indoor Bike Racing Track (Tribune)
    • UIC Hosts Forums on Public Space, Data & TOD Issues, Including SBC's Lynda Lopez on 2/9

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