Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 8

  • Vista, Chicago’s 3rd-Tallest Building Officially Breaks Ground (Curbed)
  • Concerned About Gas Prices, Public & Commercial Fleets Explore Alternatives (Tribune)
  • O’Hare Bound Blue Line Trains Won’t Stop at Harlem for Two Weeks (DNA)
  • $1.5M Metra Rail Tie Replacement Project Starts in Hinsdale Saturday (Patch)
  • 35-Year-Old Man Critically Injured After Crashing Car Into Building on NW Side (Tribune)
  • Ramirez-Rosa Is Combining Several Residential Parking Zones in the 35th Ward (DNA)
  • Ravinia-esque Music Venue Proposed for Douglas Park (DNA)
  • Lots of Events on the Lakefront Trail This Month (Active Trans)
  • David Barish Tells a Story About Being Doored This Sunday at “That’s All She Wrote
  • CTA Hearing on Proposed Transit TIF for RPM Next Tuesday at DePaul (Active Trans)
  • Chicago Perimeter Ride Leaves From Buckingham Fountain on 10/1 at 9 AM

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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 22

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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

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Quinn Responds to Active Trans Questions About Transportation, Rauner Doesn’t Friends of the Parks Upset That Lucas Museum Wasn’t Debated at Museum Campus Meeting (DNA) 7-Story Apartment Complex With New Aldi Proposed for Milwaukee/Leavitt, Next to 606 (DNA) Randolph Reduced to 1 Lane for Construction of Block 37 Apartments (Chicago Architecture) Graffiti Artists Somehow Got […]

Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 30

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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 for Wednesday, July 29

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A Sign the Illiana Has a Pulse: Rauner Wants Tax Exemption for Its Building Materials (ELPC) Bicyclist In Critical Condition When Struck by Motorcyclist Near Addison & Milwaukee (Tribune) 5 Injured, Including 2 Children, After Car Chase Ends in a Crash in East Garfield (ABC) Halsted Closure for Byrne Interchange Work Will Require CTA, UIC Bus Reroutes […]

Today’s Headlines

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Xerox Wins Red Light Camera Contract; Questions About Baltimore Performance (Tribune) Feds to Increase Metra Safety Scrutiny in the Wake of CEO Ouster (Tribune) Appointee Leaves CTA Board After Daley (Cough) Accuses Quinn of Patronage (Tribune) Drivers Want Safe Streets But Don’t Want to Be Accountable for Their Own Speeding (DNA) Man Fatally Crashes Motorcycle […]

Today’s Headlines

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RTA Investigating Ventra Snafus (Tribune, NBC) Local Politicans Unhappy With Low DBE Participation in Ventra Contract (Sun-Times) Preckwinkle Appoints Ex-Banker to RTA Board (Tribune) Driver hits 4 Cars and Flees After Fight Near Zoo; No Injuries (Tribune) After Pedestrian Injuries, New Stoplight at Broadway/Balmoral (DNA) One Month Later, Red Line Rehab Still Getting Rave Reviews […]