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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 29

9:28 AM CST on January 29, 2019

    • How the Deep-Freeze Will Impact Local Transportation (Tribune)
    • Metra Will Run Modified Schedule, Slow Down Trains During the Freeze (NBC)
    • Ald. Cappleman Wants to Opt out of Having Bus TOD Zones in Uptown (Chicago Cityscape)
    • Bike Lane Uprising Has Launched a New Interactive Chicago Bike Lane Blockage Heat Map
    • The Native-American Roots of Chicago's Diagonal Streets (Guardian)
    • Amara Enyia Hosts Screening of "The Area," About Englewood Rail Yard Expansion, Tonight
    • CTA's "Blood Line" Campaign Raises Awareness of Chicago's Low Blood Supply (DePaulia)

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