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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 10

    • Sun-Times, Tribune give a thumbs-down to proposal to tie in One Central "transit hub" boondoggle to Soldier Field plan
    • Hundreds of Englewood homes were razed for railroad expansion. Those who remain want environmental justice (Tribune)
    • Two 14-year-olds suffer minor injuries in crash at 115th/Halsted in Roseland after shots fired (ABC)
    • Police release photos of man wanted for firing gun on 12/5 on Red Line train at 69th (FOX)
    • After series of armed robberies of street food vendors, Little Village residents organize to protect them (Tribune)
    • Metra is rolling out a new $27M real-time GPS-based tracker so riders can see exactly where trains are (ABC)
    • Another year, another flawed Chicago congestion report from INRIX (Chicago Tribune)
    • Aurora homeless shelter looking for volunteer to keep critical bike program rolling (Tribune)
    • Five walkable, transit-friendly properties for sale (Chicago Magazine)
    • Chicago, Bike Grid Now leads first bike bus rides of 2023 Wednesday morning on S. Halsted, N. Halsted, and Milwaukee
    • Bike Winter Art Show opens 2/4 at Agitator Gallery, is currently accepting submissions
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