Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 7

  • CTA Bus Ridership has Dropped 26% Since 2008 (Sun-Times)
  • AARP Leader & Crash Survivor: Removing Cams Would Cost Lives (Sun-Times)
  • 2 Pedestrian Fatalities in Elgin in 2 Days, Including Alexis Horton, 13 (Tribune)
  • Police: Man and Attacked and Robbed by Teens at Illinois Medical District Stop (CBS)
  • 2 Teens Charged After Attack That Injured Man at Chicago Ave. Red Line Station (Sun-Times)
  • 3 Juveniles Arrested After Disturbance at Cermak-Chinatown Stop (Fox)
  • 2 Officers Injured in Hit-and-Run Crash; Other Car May Have Been Stolen (ABC)
  • Cyclist Clipped by Train at Kedzie Brown Stop, Escapes Serious Injuries (Tribune)
  • Amtrak Riders Still Waiting for High-Speed Chicago-St. Louis Service (Pantagraph)
  • 30 Years After He Cofounded SRAM, Stan Day is Stepping Down as CEO (Crain’s)
  • Government Agencies Discuss Future of Lincoln Yards TIF on January 11 (
  • Shared Mobility Summit Takes Place March 5-7 (SUMC)

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