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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 31

9:10 AM CST on January 31, 2019

    • South Shore and MED Still Down, Most Other Metra Lines Delayed (Tribune)
    • Looks at the Lincoln Yards Traffic Study
    • Active Trans: Lincoln Yards Lacks Vision for Biking, Walking & Transit
    • Police Search for Driver of Black SUV Wanted in Hit-and-Run (Sun-Times)
    • Youth Call for Speeding up Diversey Bus, Ald. Villegas Says He's on It (Active Trans)
    • West Side Advocates Share Stories of Bus Service Woes With CTA Board (Active Trans)
    • Active Trans Members Weigh in on Electric Scooter Sharing
    • Pilsen's Old Fisk Power Plant Could Become a Giant Data Center (Block Club)
    • A Chicago Bike Racer Became a Bank Robber (Bicycling Magazine)
    • Vote on Whether "Dibs" Is a Tradition, or Just Selfishness, With a New Beer (Eater)
    • Meet Matt Green, Who Walked Across the U.S., at This Weekend's Doc Screening (Siskel Center)
    • Talk on the Pros and Cons of E-Scooters 2/19 at Evanston Ecology Center (Chainlink)

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