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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 30

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• Good news: longtime bicycle activist Gin Kilgore named interim executive director of sometime-car parking preservationist group Friends of the Parks

• Formula 1 files for Chicago Trademarks, but Mayor’s Office says no race Plans in the works (Block Club)

• Chicago police roll out new plans to combat CTA crime (NBC)

• Vladimir Barkovskiy, 58, IDed as driver who died after rear-ending stopped van Friday around 8:25 at Algonquin and Wolf roads in Des Plaines (Herald)

• After CPD asked public last week to look for Lizieric Lima, 15, last seen on CTA, they issue alert for for Chiquinquira Iwa-Ruiz, 16, last seen on CTA (WGN)

• ATA: North Shore Channel Trail extensions would bridge trail gaps

• The CTA will let you charter your own train – for $3,000 (Block Club)

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