Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 29

  • Dashed bike lanes, paint-and-post bump-outs installed on Milwaukee in Logan Square (Block Club)
  • Curbed looks at the city’s report on how ride-hailing is making Chicago traffic much worse
  • Taxi passenger Hans Monroy, killed after his driver failed to yield, remembered as “loyal friend” (ABC)
  • Boy, 15, in stable condition after being shot in abdomen on CTA bus in South Chicago (ABC)
  • Passenger injured after driver tries to get around MD-N gate and car is struck, trains delayed (Sun-Times)
  • Lyft Pink, a combined ride-hail, food deliveries & Divvy plan, is being tested in Chicago (Venture Beat)
  • Evanston looks to regulate e-bikes, currently banned, as prelude to possible bike-share program (Tribune)
  • League of American Bicyclists give U. of I a Silver rating as a bike-friendly university (Daily Illini)

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Thanks for your support, and enjoy your autumn.

– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago