Skip to Content
Streetsblog Chicago home
Log In
Streetsblog Chicago

Today’s Headlines for Friday, September 18

9:01 AM CDT on September 18, 2015

    • First Project of Infrastructure Trust: Upgrading Streetlights to LED Technology (Sun-Times)
    • Emanuel Is Selling Off 4 Valuable River North Parcels Where City Workers Park for Free (Tribune)
    • Driver Fatally Strikes 60-Year-Old Woman in Wheaton (Sun-Times)
    • Woman Who Was Drinking While Driving Critically Injured 8-Year-Old Boy on Bike (Sun-Times)
    • Ald. Napolitano Wants Red Light Cams Near Schools to Stay (DNA)
    • Editorial: Holding Off on Fare Increases Would Help Metra Build a Loyal Ridership (Herald)
    • Plan Commission Approves Serpentine Bike/Ped Bridge at 41st Street (DNA)
    • Atlanta Leaders Take People for Bikes-Sponsored Tour of Chicago Facilities (AJC)
    • "Power, Politics, & Pavement" Features of Chicago Street Namesakes (DNA)
    • Mary Schmich Spends the Day With a Food Cart Vendor (Tribune)
    • Swedish Museum Closing in on $150K Goal to Restore Andersonville Water Tower (DNA)
    • Volunteers Needed for Downtown Bike Counts (Active Trans)

Get national headlines at Streetsblog USA

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog Chicago

Protected bike lanes are coming to Dearborn, Clark, and – maybe someday – Wells on Near North Side

Dearborn is getting northbound PBLs north of Kinzie, and Clark is getting southbound ones, but Wells Street will have to wait.

September 21, 2023

Taste of 79th Community Walk uses a stroll with a New Orleans-style brass band to highlight the corridor

Saturday's event was a reminder that there's no better way to get to know a neighborhood than taking a walk with others, enjoying live music, and supporting local businesses.

September 20, 2023

Check it out: Now it’s safer to get on and off the 312 RiverRun from Belmont Avenue

One of the coolest new things on the on-street route is the treatment of Belmont near and over the Chicago River, by the southern trailhead of the north-south path.

September 19, 2023
See all posts