Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, July 20

  • A Black Former Naperville Resident Discusses Traffic Stops & Racial Profiling (Tribune)
  • Rosemont Is Paying $3.7M to Expand a Parking Garage Next to Its Village Hall (Herald)
  • Drive-Through Doughnut Shop Rejected Due to Concerns About Ped Safety, Congestion (DNA)
  • Ruth Page Dance Center’s Parking Lot Will Be Replaced by Housing (Tribune)
  • Curbed Checks Out the Apartments at the “Kenect” TOD Near the Blue Line’s Grand Stop
  • CDOT Is Doing a Lot of Repaving in the 19th Ward (DNA)
  • NW Indiana Releases New Walking, Biking & Boating Map (Active Trans)

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  • Kevin M

    Also in transit news:

    A decent article covering a new step in Union Station redevelopment. Too bad the stock “Metra” photo is of an Metra Electric line–which isn’t served by Union Station.

  • Anne A

    It’s good to have more info about those big 19th ward projects. I hope that some smaller projects might get done as well, like repaving a few blocks of long-cratered streets or actually patching some potholes that I first reported over the WINTER.

  • planetshwoop

    That’s good the Dunkin’ won’t be going in. Some of the others in the area regularly have the drive through back-up onto the street. Since Narragansett is a bike route, it would be pretty unsafe.