Today’s Headlines for Monday, November 12

  • J.B. Pritzker Says He Wants to Pass an Infrastructure Bill (Sun-Times)
  • It’s Time to Renew the Push for Dedicated State Funding for Walking & Biking (Active Trans)
  • Wisniewski Looks at Why Americans Have Fallen Out of Love With Cars (Tribune)
  • No Metra Fare Hike in 2019, But More Funds Needed to Address Maintenance Issues (Tribune)
  • Natalie Moore: What SF’s Reforms of Fees and Fines Can Teach Chicago (WBEZ)
  • Senior Killed at Oswego Intersection Where Parking Concerns Blocked Safety Fix (Tribune)
  • Driver Flees Scene of Crash That Injured 5 at Jackson and Michigan (ABC)
  • Motorist Fleeing Crash Strikes 3 People on Sidewalk on Logan Square Bar Strip (ABC)
  • Driver Injured After Slamming Into Arlington Heights Police Building (ABC)
  • Motorist Injures Cyclist by Logan Square Boys & Girls Club (Block Club)
  • Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Metra After Worker’s Death in Explosion (Tribune)
  • Popularity of Ventra App Puts the Future of Ticketing Stations in Question (CBS)

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