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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, January 27

    • ATA op-ed: Let's use federal infra dollars to improve bus service, including reviving Ashland BRT (Tribune)
    • Editorial: It was foolish for CTA prez Carter to skip hearings on $26M in tax revenue (Sun-Times)
    • Two semi drivers injured in crash on Dan Ryan near 83rd early this morning, one seriously injured (ABC)
    • Metra Milwaukee District West trains were halted due to switch problems during Tuesday PM rush (CBS)
    • 64-unit affordable housing development with 19 car spots approved for Division/California (Block Club)
    • Little Village Arch, built in 1990, is now an official city landmark (Block Club)
    • WBEZ editor reflects on history of LeClaire Courts public housing development, his childhood home
    • A WGN Radio producer beats the cold by getting around the Loop via the Pedway system

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