Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 27

  • Ashland, a Proposed BRT Corridor, Is the Deadliest Street for Pedestrians (Tribune)
  • Meanwhile, Ashland BRT Opponent Romanelli Wants Safety Changes on Lake Street (DNA)
  • How Transit-Oriented Development Can Be Used to Fight Poverty (MPC)
  • Tribune: City’s “People Plaza” Program Has Failed to Achieve Liftoff
  • Police Ticketed Messenger Who Was Struck by a Cabbie, But the Driver Blew a Red (Keating)
  • Schaumburg Mayor Ticketed for Leaving the Scene of a Crash (Herald)
  • Metra CEO Don Orseno Plans to Retire at End of Year (Tribune)
  • Metra Official: We Need to Address Our Pedestrian Fatality Problem (Patch)
  • Computer Glitches Caused Amtrak and Metra Delays at Union Station Last Week (Tribune)
  • Open Thread: What Changes Do You Want to See on the CTA (Curbed)
  • Inverse Looks at the Transit Future Proposal to Create New ‘L’ Lines
  • Take an Active Trans Survey on Improving Bus Service

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