Skip to Content
Streetsblog Chicago home
Streetsblog Chicago home
Log In
Today's Headlines

Today’s headlines for Friday, November 18

    • Driver Fatally Struck Melanie Setterbo, 37, on Naperville Sidewalk -- No Charges Yet (Tribune)
    • Ben Joravsky Discusses Whether All of the RPM Project Features Are Needed (ChiGov)
    • Fullerton Avenue Streetscape Will Include Decorative Crosswalks, Bioswales (DNA)
    • CTA, Metra Plan Extra Service for Mag Miles Festival of Lights (Sun-Times)
    • Second Lane Opens on Western as Overpass Removal Project Progresses (DNA)
    • Never Mind the 70-Degree Weather, the CTA Holiday Train Rolls Out Sunday (NBC)
    • Instead of Shopping on 11/25, #OptOutside With Big Marsh's Inaugural Cyclocross Race

Get national headlines at Streetsblog USA

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog Chicago

Tasty news: Friedman Properties is trying to break the Clark outdoor dining stalemate by applying for street closure permits

Mayor Johnson's administration and Ald. Reilly haven't yet found common ground on bringing back the popular car-free zone. Will this make the difference?

April 19, 2024

Roger that! Streetsblog SF editor Roger Rudick offers constructive criticism of Chicago’s downtown bike network

"There were blocks that felt very safe and very secure," he said. "But then you're immediately – voom! – disgorged into three lanes of moving traffic with no protection."

April 17, 2024

City announces $2M federal grant to address harms caused by I-290 by improving walk/bike/transit access

The Mayor's Office says the money will fund "improvements for people walking and bicycling on existing streets and paths surrounding and crossing the corridor."

April 16, 2024
See all posts