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 #31 & #11 Bus Service
  • 47th Ward Residents Can Conduct Block Audits to Support Requests for Menu Funds (DNA)
  • SUV Driver Who Crashed Into Ambulance in Streamwood Has Died (Tribune)
  • Lawsuit Alleges Officer Ran Red Without Using Lights or Sirens, Causing Fatal Crash (Tribune)
  • How Many Fares Does It Take for Local Buses to Break Even? (WBEZ)
  • Even During the Ribbon Cutting for the Clybourn PBLs, People Were Parking in Them (DNA)
  • The U. of C. Maroon Digs Into Hyde Park Divvy Data
  • What to Do About Shoveling Scofflaws (Active Trans)
  • Good News for XC Skiers: Only a Portion of The 606 Will be Plowed This Winter (DNA)

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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 18

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CDOT: Speed Cams Have Resulted in an 18% Reduction in Injury Crashes Within Safety Zones Kidwell’s Latest Crusade: Defending Rights of Drivers to Go 10+ MPH Over Speed Limit (Tribune) Plans to Remove Red Light Cams in Edison Park Dropped After Residents Say They’re Needed (DNA) More Coverage of the Light Sentence for the Drunk Driver […]