Today’s Headlines for Monday, March 1
- This morning is the last chance to testify for more equitable IDOT road funding policy
- 52,498 warnings were sent to people speeding by 6-9 mph in first week of grace period (Tribune)
- SUV driver seriously injured after crashing into Portage Park home, displacing 6 people (Sun-Times)
- Night Ministry provides care to homeless CTA riders at both ends of the Blue Line (Sun-Times)
- Chicago-Cook Workforce Partnership helps prepare residents for construction jobs with CTA (ABC)
- Could a “green weave” of parkland connect every Chicagoan to open space? (Architectural Record)
- New owners of Lakeshore Bike rental and repair herald the arrival of warmer weather (WGN)
Here are some tips on preventing the spread of COVID-19, and advice for Chicagoans on what to do if you think you may have been exposed to the virus.
Great news! We surpassed our $50,000 fundraising goal. I’d like to give a big thanks to everyone who donated to help Streetsblog Chicago hit the target. Along with the $75K pledged by the Chicago Community Trust for our 2021 budget, this allows us to promote assistant editor Courtney Cobbs to co-editor and launch a new weekly series on mobility justice issues impacting Chicago’s Latino communities. Stay tuned for an announcement about an online fundraising victory party.
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Thanks for your support, and have a great March.
– John Greenfield, co-editor