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Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 13

    • Who should would you nominate to be Chicago's Bicycle Mayor? (The Chainlink)
    • What the CTA and Pace are doing to speed up bus service (Chicago Tribune)
    • Metra may go cashless on trains -- there's a $5 surcharge for onboard cash payment (Sun-Times)
    • Driver fled Brighton Park crash that critically injured man, falsely reported car stolen (Sun-Times)
    • No injuries, 1-hour delay when Metra UP-West trains hits unoccupied vehicle (Tribune)
    • 1 in custody after man robbed on the Red Line near 47th Street (ABC)
    • Heavy damage from weekend storm including torn-up Lakefront Trail (ABC)
    • Non-TOD near Ravenswood stop with 32 units and spots will be 25% affordable (Block Club)
    • Yesterday was a chilly day for the No Pants Subway Ride (ABC)

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