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 Year-Round Attraction (DNA)
  • Man Riding Motorbike on Sidewalk Knocks Woman Unconscious, Flees the Scene (ABC)
  • Drivers Try to Run Over Police in Harvey & Naperville (Sun Times, Tribune)
  • 45th Ward Is Holding 5 Participatory Budgeting Hearings (DNA)
  • Round-the-Clock Work on Wilson Station This Weekend (DNA)
  • NW Side School Promotes Cycling, But Unsafe Streets Are an Obstacle (Active Trans)
  • Photo of Couple Who Put Money in Sleeping Man’s Bag on Blue Line Goes Viral (Tribune)
  • See You at Benefits for Slow Roll Chicago on Saturday & West Town Bikes on Monday

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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 15

Yellow Line Reopening Soon; 95th Station Project Expands to Include Adjacent Rail Yard (Tribune) Pace Plans $8 Million in New Service, $0.25 Fare Hike for Riders Paying With Cash (Active Trans) Cullerton Throws His Weight Behind Movement to Restore #11 Bus Service (Tribune) IL Senate Considers Automatic Voter Registration for People Renewing Driver’s License (IL […]

Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 22

Impressions of Loop Link‘s First Weekday Service (Tribune, Sun-Times, DNA, CBS, Chicagoist) Ashland & Western Express Bus Service Started Monday (Sun-Times) New Study Links Chicago Expressway Pollution With an Uptick in Violent Crime (DNA) Violence Discourages Walking & Biking to School in Underserved Communities (Active Trans) Metra Adding Special Passes, Extra Service for the Holidays (Sun-Times) […]

Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 22

Alderment Tweak TOD Reform Ordinance to Give Themselves More Oversight (Tribune) Burke Proposal for Downtown Congestion Tax Would Exclude Chicago Residents (CBJ) Predictably, Suburbanites Are Outraged About the Idea (Herald) Andy Shaw: Would It Make Sense to Combine Pace & Metra Into One Agency? (Sun-Times) Driver Struck and Killed Cyclist in Woodstock, No Charges (Tribune) AAIM Backs […]

Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 24

City Announces Lyft May Service Airports, McCormick Place; No Word on Uber Yet (Sun-Times) Carter: Springfield Paying Its Normal Share of CTA Funding Wouldn’t Be a “Bailout” (Tribune) 2 “Traffic Experts” Say Chicago’s Speed Cam Program Is Bogus, a “Supporter” Says It Isn’t (Tribune) Pawar Thanks the Dozens of People Who Successfully Advocated for Restored […]