Today’s Headlines for Thursday, December 2

  • Infra bill will accelerate push to make remaining 42 CTA stations ADA-accessible (Tribune)
  • Man who fell from platform of Armitage/Western Blue station has died (NBC)
  • Male pedestrian, 50, was struck and killed  on Dan Ryan near 47th Street Tuesday morning (CBS)
  • After long delay on S. Red Line, driver who left booth was kicked in back by passenger (ABC)
  • Hyde Park police crackdown questioned; Proposed strategies include pedestrianizing 53rd (Block Club)
  • New York Times cites Divvy as a best practice for bike-share system expansion
  • South Shore residents say breakwaters are needed to protect neighborhood from flooding (Block Club)
  • Near 200 cars towed on first day of Chicago’s winter parking ban (Block Club)
  • Does the proposed new 36th Ward look more like a hot dog or a dachshund? (Block Club)

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