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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 12

    • ATA's list of top 10 sustainable transportation stories of 2020
    • Second stimulus is big win, but more work to do to save Chicago transit (ATA)
    • WTTW checks in with CTA on the Belmont Flyover project
    • Driver fatally strikes Williams Tee Ervin, 58, in Gary, claims he didn't see him (Sun-Times)
    • CPD: Woman arrested after “intentionally” striking a barricade near Trump Tower (Sun-Times)
    • 35th Ward participatory budgeting election includes bike lane option (Block Club)
    • Wheel & Sprocket is opening 3rd Chicagoland bike store this spring in Park Ridge (MJS)
    • Chicago commissioning public art with $750K in funding (Block Club)

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– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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