Today’s Headlines

  • Illinois Traffic Deaths Are Up 9% This Year, Compared to 14% Nationally (WYGM)
  • Active Trans Releases Report on Creating Complete Streets Policies in Illinois Communities
  • Police Arrest Man Who Had Been Evading DUI Charges for 8 Years (Sun-Times)
  • Police: Teens Have Been Robbing Bike Riders Near Garfield Park (NBC)
  • Advocates Help Restore Access to Busse Woods After Path Closed by Construction (Active Trans)
  • Union Pacific Gives Up on Plan for Pedestrian Bridge in Wheaton (Tribune)
  • Illinois Policy: Driverless CTA Trains Would Save Money on Wages
  • Monday’s Storm Shut Down a Section of the Pink Line (CBS)
  • What’s Causing the Work Delay on the Argyle Shared Street? (DNA)
  • Uber Is a More Popular Option for Morning Commutes in Chicago Than NYC or SF (DNA)
  • Cool Vintage Photos of the Blue Line in Logan Square (DNA)
  • Bike 45 Hosts a Repair Workshop This Sunday (DNA)

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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 30

Yellow Line Reopened This Morning — Rides Are Free for a Week (Tribune) The Fight Over the Rte. 53 Extension Is Heating Up (Tribune) Ald. Patrick Thompson: CTA Should Do a Feasibility Study on 31st Street Bus Line (DNA) On the Way to the Hospital, Driver Who Had Been Shot Injures Hospital Worker on Bicycle […]

Today’s Headlines

IDOT Finalizing Circle Interchange Plans (Tribune) Report Shows Illinois Bike Trails Bring Economic Benefits (Active Trans) Bicyclist Killed in North Riverside (Sun-Times) CTA Plans to Upgrade Wireless Service in Red and Blue Line Subways (CBS) Family Files Suit Against Officers for Car Chase That Killed Their Son (Tribune) Man Held on $500K Bail for Fatal […]

Today’s Headlines for Monday, August 8

Fourth Red-Line-Related Stabbing This Summer Happened Near 47th Street (Fox) Police Release Photo of Suspected Green Line Armed Robber (Tribune) After Lumber Trucker Loses Cargo, Bishop Ford Resembles a Lincoln Logs Set  (CBS) Reilly: Illegal BRT Lane Use by Private Shuttles Is “Totally Unacceptable” (Twitter) CDOT on Track to Pave 300 Miles of Streets This […]

Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 18

LSNA Calls for Property Tax Controls to Help Keep The 606 From Displacing Residents (DNA) 294 Killed in Illinois Crashes So Far This Year, 15 More Than This Time  in 2014 (Tribune) CTA Contract Worker Electrocuted While Doing Work on Brown Line Tracks (Tribune) 2 Women Injured, 1 Critically, in Elgin Right-Angle Crash (Sun-Times) Activists Hold “Black Lives […]

Today’s Headlines for Friday, November 6

Pace’s Bus-on-Shoulder Shows That When You Speed Bus Service, Ridership Booms (MPC) Emanuel Defends His Record on Taxi / Ride-Share Parity (Sun-Times) Uber’s Carpooling Service UberPool Is Coming to Chicago Soon (Tribune) EPA Testing Finds High Levels of Pollution on Union Station Platforms (Tribune) As City Recruits Riverwalk Vendors, Focus Is on Making It a […]

Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 19

An Update on the Chicago Riverwalk Project & Cleanup of the River (Chicago Reader) Metra Restarts Work on Extending Service to Kendall County (Tribune) Police: Gold Coast Road Rage Shooting Leaves 2 People Injured (DNA) Chainlink Members Discuss Last Night’s Ride of Silence Memorial to Fallen Cyclists Active Trans Wraps Up 2-Week Bike Ed Class […]