Today’s Headlines for Monday, January 18
- ATA’s Rynell: Let’s make pandemic Open Streets initiatives a permanent feature in all nabes (Tribune)
- City’s new Fulton Market plan includes bike lanes on Hubbard (Block Club)
- Driver injures man who stopped to help another motorist on Lake Shore Drive in Gold Coast (Sun-Times)
- Carjackers shoot at CTA worker in employee lot while stealing car, police say (ABC)
- Chicago doesn’t have to return impounded cars to bankrupt owners, U.S. Supreme Court rules (Sun-Times)
- Here’s a sneak preview of Rosemont’s new pedestrian bridge over Des Plaines (Jared Kachelmeyer)
- Pedestrian-friendly development planned near Orland Park 143rd Metra station (Tribune)
- Aurora boy scout troop collects bikes for people who need them (Tribune)
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