Today’s Headlines

  • Mayor Touts Infra Projects of 1st Term, Promises to Grow Divvy to 6K Bikes in 2nd (Sun-Times)
  • CTA Inking $32.5 Million Deal With Wireless Providers to Provide 4G Service in Subways (Tribune)
  • Metra Riders Discuss System Improvements They Want to See in the Wake of Fare Hikes (Herald)
  • Man Dies From Injuries 5 Years After Being Struck in Portage Park (Sun-Times)
  • Driver Crashes Into Corner of House in Washington Heights (DNA)
  • Emanuel Open to Adding Ped Countdown Signals at Intersections With Red Light Cams (Tribune)
  • Mayor’s Motorcade Has Run Red Lights 5 Times Since November (Expired Meter)
  • Loop Train Lines Will Be Rerouted for Construction Work This Weekend (DNA)
  • Chicago to Indianapolis Amtrak Service Extended for Another 2 Months (Sun-Times)
  • DNA Looks at The Campaign to Add a Sidewalk on 130th by Rosebud Farm Stand

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Hit-and-Run Driver Who Ran Red, Killing Another Motorist, Charged With Felony (Tribune) Storms Disrupt ‘L’ Service, Knock Metal Canopy onto 3rd Rail Near Medical Center (Tribune) Newly Opened Halsted Bridge by Blue Line Includes a Mid-Block Crossing (DNA) Metra Koan: If a Tree Falls & No One Hears It, Does It Still Disrupt Service? (Sun-Times) […]

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Metra Releases Hundreds of Index Cards With Job Referrals by Politicians (RedEye) Alderman Beale Opposed to Extending Red Line South on Halsted (Sun-Times) Chicago Parking Meters Stands to Make More Money Off Pay-By-Phone (Tribune) Van Driver Runs Light at Madison/Ashland, Injuring 12 Bus Riders (DNA) Cyclists Injured When Driver Blew Wicker Park 4-Way Stop Wins […]

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Tribune: New Study Proves Red Light Cams Don’t Improve Safety. Actually, They Do. Emanuel Wants to Introduce His Own Ordinance to Codify Privatization Process (Sun-Times) Broadway Named One of USA’s Best PBLs of 2014 (RedEye, Chicagoist) City Debuts an Online Map of Residential Parking Zones (DNA) Emanuel Halts Rent-Free Use of City Land by United Center Parking Companies (Sun-Times) […]

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IL Supreme Court Dismissed Class Action Lawsuit Against Red Light Cameras (DNA) State Legislators Say They’ve Reached a Deal on Regulating Ride-Share (Sun-Times) MPC Roundtable Discussed the CREATE Program to Address Rail Congestion LFT Crash Survivor Calls for Better Bike/Ped Separation on the Trail (Active Trans) Park District Plans to Hike Metered Parking Rates in […]