Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 18

  • Editorial: Will Chicago’s Next Mayor Seize the Opportunity to Improve Transit? (Tribune)
  • Last Weekend CTA Shut Down Belmont Blue Stop With Little Notice for Rehab Work (Curbed)
  • Metra Marks a PTC Milestone, With Gear Installed in 528 Vehicles, 240 Trackside Locations (NBC)
  • STB Nudges Amtrak and Metra Towards Settlement of Union Station Dispute (Mondaq)
  • Man in Critical Condition After Crashing Corvette Into Skokie Building (CBS)
  • CBS Corrects Dearborn Bike Lane Segment After SBC Post Pointing Out Its Errors
  • RAGE Is Turning a Vacant Lot In Englewood Into a Community Space (Block Club)
  • Evanston Will Renew Divvy Contract for 3 Years, Buy 3 More Stations (Evanston Now)
  • Geneva Approves Trail Extension Despite NIMBY Claims It Will Bring Crime Wave (ABC)
  • Lincoln Towing Is Back in Business “On the Shortest Leash Possible” (Tribune)
  • Cubs’ Ben Zobrist Discusses His Bike Commute to Wrigley (Bicycling)

Get national headlines at Streetsblog USA

Streetsblog Chicago will be off on Wednesday, September 19, and resume publication on Thursday.

donate button
Did you appreciate this post? Consider making a donation through our PublicGood site.