Did Officers Give Special Treatment to Allegedly Drunk Cop Who Struck Pedestrian? (Tribune) Sun-Times Victim-Blames Critically Injured Cyclist for “Wearing Dark, Non-Reflective Clothing” Proposal for “Low-Line” Public Space Discussed at Community Meeting (Tribune) “Tierra Linda,” 12 Affordable Housing Units Near 606, Gets Construction Permits (Curbed) Reilly Calls for Banning Musicians on Michigan, State Except for Lunch […]
A 45-year-old woman was struck and killed by a van driver on the block where she lived in Chinatown on Saturday, March 11. At about 8:10 a.m. Wen Juan Wang was crossing the 1900 block of Tan Court, when the northbound driver of a 2005 Ford van struck her, according to Police News Affairs spokeswoman […]
Jennifer Dill at Portland State University is taking a close look at why girls' attitudes about biking change over time. In a study of 300 Portland-area families, she observed that a gender gap in attitudes toward cycling isn't apparent in younger kids, but when girls reach adolescence, they don't view cycling as positively as boys do.
CDOT Will Install “Whiter, Crisper” LED Lighting in Crime-Plagued Neighborhoods First (DNA) Driver Charged With DUI That Killed Boy, 5, in Cicero (CBS) Police: 2 Officers, 17-Year-Old Boy Injured After the Teen Ran a Stop Sign (Tribune) To Make a Difference, Vision Zero Needs Dedicated Funding (Active Trans) After Struggle Over Evictions, Plati Finally Purchases […]
Rauner Renews Push to Widen I-55, Accuses Madigan of Obstruction (Tribune, Crain’s) CDOT Finds Alternative Funding to Proceed With Stalled 41st St. Ped Bridge (Tribune) DNA looks at MPC’s Report on the Economic Costs of Chicago Segregation 5-Year-Old Boy Dies After Crash in Cicero (ABC) Active Trans Looks at the Blaine Klingenberg Bike Fatality Case Crash […]