Reallocating service now to address staffing shortages in the best way possible, while being truthful about that, is a good dress rehearsal for what to do if and when federal relief money runs out.
Let's look at the 16 alders who supported the ordinance – and recent traffic violence cases in their wards that should have inspired them to vote differently.
This week, Catie Gould of the Sightline Institute talks about Oregon’s plans for reducing parking regulations in cities.
After mayor delayed Council vote on Beale’s ordinance to allow deadly speeds, he calls her a “dictator” (Sun-Times) More coverage of CTA ghost trains and buses: “It just never arrives” (FOX) SUV driver struck sedan at 87th/Ashland, fatally injuring a girl, 13, and injuring 4 other sedan occupants (NBC) Lamarke Smith, 34, in coma after […]
Biden urges Congress to give drivers a gas tax “holiday” that experts say won’t even significantly ease pain at the pump.
The CTA needs to do the honest and responsible thing. It must change its published timetables so that "scheduled service" and actual service begin to at least remotely resemble each other.