Today’s Headlines for Friday, November 1

  • Uber’s lawsuit over fees in Skokie may foreshadow struggle in Chicago (Curbed)
  • 13 megadevelopments that will transform Chicago (Curbed)
  • CTA Red Line trains rerouted to elevated lines after person struck, killed at Harrison (ABC)
  • Delays were expected after hazmat crash in Elgin yesterday (CBS)
  • Robber targets Pink Line riders in Lawndale, police say (Block Club)
  • Soon TSA won’t let you on a domestic flights without a Real ID-compliant driver’s license (Tribune)
  • Dancers and musicians invite the audience to meditate on ecological restoration at Big Marsh (SSW)

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Thanks for your support, and enjoy your autumn.

– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago