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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 11

    • CTA working on new FA/underwriting pools in advance of Red Line extension and looming fiscal cliff (Bond Buyer)
    • Hit-and-run sedan driver killed man, 33, crossing in the 3500 block of West Lake in E. Garfield Park (FOX)
    • Four injured, one critically, after RID train hit a vehicle Monday morning at 115th/Marshfield in Morgan Park (ABC)
    • Crash in DeKalb County left school bus tipped over onto its side Tuesday morning, no reported injuries (ABC)
    • The story of Lily Shambrook, 3, fatally struck in Uptown last June, is inspiring calls for safer bikeways in Seattle (My Northwest)
    • Advocates want Promontory Point to be landmarked to ensure people are able to swim from limestone revetment (Block Club)
    • Equiticity hosts a Mobility Opportunities Fund kick-off event Thursday 10/12, 5:30 PM at Collins Academy, 1313 S. Sacramento
    • Shared Used Mobility Center hosts Climate Change and Micromobility Webinar Wednesday 10/25, 1:00 PM
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