Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 11
- Rahm had a good record on transportation — should he be USDOT chief? (No.) (Chicago Mag)
- How government and private industry let Madison St. in Garfield Park crumble (Block Club)
- More information needed about airflow on Chicagoland buses and trains (ATA)
- Some city officials urge ‘s little flexibility’ on COVID restrictions to support businesses (Block Club)
- Driver charged with homicide for July crash that killed William R. Schaafsma, 58 (Sun-Times)
- Motorist charged with DUI, hit-and-run after striking unmarked car in Waukegan (Tribune)
- Passenger attacks CTA bus driver by spraying them with unknown substance (Fox)
- CTA restores Blue Line service after derailment near Harlem (Sun-Times)
- Yesterday’s high winds caused Metra service disruptions (NBC)
- Tips on using Pace paratransit service for Chicago parents
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