Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, August 30

  • Union Station Transit Center Opens Sunday (Tribune)
  • John Bills Gets 10 Years Prison in RedFlex Bribery Scandal Case (Tribune)
  • Driver Who Fatally Struck Man in Dunning Charged With Negligence (DNA)
  • 69-Year-Old Man Mugged on the Bloomingdale Trail at 11 AM (ABC)
  • What Happened to the People Displaced by the Construction of the Eisenhower? (WBEZ)
  • Edgewater Observer Looks at Parking Issues on the New Argyle Shared Street
  • First “Array of Things” Data Sensors installed on Southwest Side (Tribune)
  • How to Complete a Triathlon on a Divvy Bike (Chicago Magazine)
  • Equestrian Parking Enforcement Is a Horse of a Different Color (DNA)
  • Next ACTIVATE Alley Party Takes Place 9/15 in Cow Path Alley, 100 W. Monroe

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Bike-Share May Work Everywhere Else, But Hilkevitch Predicts a Flop in Chicago (Tribune) Here’s Why People Will Use Divvy and Here’s Where to Find the Bikes (Chicago) More Divvy Coverage (DNA, Treehugger) Governor to Review Legislation for Statewide Cell Phone Ban for Drivers (Tribune) Cyclist, 26, Struck From Behind and Killed on Clybourn in Old […]

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Blue Line’s O’Hare Station Reopens a Week After Collision (Tribune, Sun-Times) CTA, Kelly Argue Over the Number of Hours O’Hare Crash Driver Worked (Tribune) Nodding Off Is a Much More Common Problem on the Road Than on the Rails (Tribune) Santa Cruz Hires Clifford, Saving IL Taxpayers More Than $200K in Severance (CBS) Police: Man […]

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Rahm Announces Parking Settlement (Tribune, Sun-Times, DNA) Could the Parking Renegotiation Makes Things Worse? (DNA, Expired Meter) CTA Construction Will Torment Riders With “Circles of ‘L'” (RedEye) Wells Bridge Work Running Slightly Ahead of Schedule (Tribune) Monday’s CTA Commute Slowed by Congestion in State Street Subway (Tribune) Wicker Park Adds 40 New Branded Bike Racks […]

Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 8

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Eighth Loop Link Station Opens at Madision and Wabash (DNA) Teacher’s Union Protest Took Over Congress Parkway During Friday Evening Rush (DNA) After Judge Rules Against Lucas Museum, Emanuel May Propose an Alternate Site (Tribune) Passenger Killed After Allegedly Drunk Driver Crashes Into Aurora Home (Tribune) Ownership of Millennium, Grant Park Garages Changing Hands Again […]

Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 21

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Rahm Wants to Hike (Rarely Enforced) Fines for Businesses That Don’t Shovel Sidewalks (Tribune) Woman Hospitalized After Crashing SUV Into Pace Bus, Then Storefront in Winnetka (Sun-Times) Police: Motorcyclist Who Killed a Pedestrian Ran Red at Buckingham Fountain Crosswalk (Tribune) Man Allegedly Exposed Himself to Metra Passengers at Bartlett Station (Tribune) After Yellow Line Reopens, There’ll […]

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Poor Metra Chiberia Performance Leads to Legislative Hearings, RTA Review (Tribune, Sun-Times) Ordinances Would Allow More Leeway on Buying & Displaying City Stickers (DNA, Expired Meter) Downsized Infrastructure Trust Project Finally Approved (Tribune) Starting Today, Some People With Disabilities Will Need to Feed Meters (DNA) 6 Injured in West Town DUI (DNA) Cyclist Struck From […]