- Op-Ed: Politicians Shouldn’t Buy the False Populism of BRT Opponents (Sun-Times)
- Motorist Fleeing Car Fire on I-55 Struck by Hit-and-Run Driver (Sun-Times)
- Three Children Injured When Driver Crashes School Bus Into Trees (Tribune)
- DuPage County Board Member Arrested on DUI Charges (Tribune)
- Chicago Loop Alliance Installing 18 Pedestrian Counting Devices Downtown (Crain’s)
- Developer Wants to Replace Lot at Bend in ‘L’ Tracks With Curvy TOD Tower (Curbed)
- Wicker Parkers: Development by 606 Needs More Affordable Housing (DNA)
- Cappleman Removing New Meters Due to Residents’ Crime Concerns (DNA)
- Quad Cities Groups Hire Alta for Bike-Share Feasibility Study (QC Times)
- Winter Weather Leads to an Epidemic of Cracked Divvy Saddles (DNA)
- Divvy Trips Website Features an Animated Map Showing Bike-Share Journeys
- CNT Hosts An Intergenerational Panel Discussion on TOD Next Tuesday
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