Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 15

  • Yellow Line Reopening Soon; 95th Station Project Expands to Include Adjacent Rail Yard (Tribune)
  • Pace Plans $8 Million in New Service, $0.25 Fare Hike for Riders Paying With Cash (Active Trans)
  • Cullerton Throws His Weight Behind Movement to Restore #11 Bus Service (Tribune)
  • IL Senate Considers Automatic Voter Registration for People Renewing Driver’s License (IL News)
  • 1 Dead After Crash on Dan Ryan at 79th, Lanes Shut Down for Hours (Tribune)
  • Driver Backs Up Over Teacher in Schaumburg School’s Parking Lot (Herald)
  • After Recent Shooting on “Party Bus,” Aldermen Propose a Crackdown (Sun-Times)
  • Thompson Center Architect Proposes Adding Parking as a Strategy to Save the Building (Crain’s)
  • “Uber for Deliveries” Launched in Chicago Yesterday (Chicagoist)
  • Mount Prospect Is Adding Wayfinding Signs to Downtown (Herald)
  • Final ACTIVATE Alley Party of the Season Takes Place Next Week (Curbed)
  • Active Trans Member Summit on Tuesday 11/17

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  • JacobEPeters

    parking might be the only thing that Thompson Center does not need

  • michael753

    I wonder if we could also make Ventra cards a form of voter ID for people who don’t drive…

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