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Block Club: Evanston’s streets have become safer for cyclists. What’s the suburb doing right?

• Ald. Timmy Knudsen (43rd) said his office is working with CPD to find driver who killed Jason Kardish, 40, in neighboring 32th Ward (Block Club)

• NBC: Dozens of crashes reported amid winter storm hammering Chicago area

CBS: Bollards will protect upscale businesses from crash-and-grabs on Michigan. No word on whether city will stop using flex-posts to protect humans.

• Morton Grove, Park Ridge, Niles, Skokie, Lincolnwood making plans in case buses drop off migrants at Metra stations (Tribune)

• Letter: Metra won’t be "the way to really fly" anymore with higher prices [in some locations, lower in others], no 10-ride tickets (Sun-Times)

Active Transportation Alliance: Community spirit pushes the Great Western Trail forward

• Logan Square groups fund snow removal near monument, Blue Line for 9th year, despite the land near the monument being city land (Block Club)

• Ald. Martin (47th), CDOT host meeting on Western Brown station streetscape and plaza plan Th 1/18, 6-7:30 at Old Town School, 4545 N. Lincoln

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