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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, May 30By John Greenfield |
As Chicago bike use rises, so do fatalities (Axios Chicago) Crain’s looks at Mayor Brandon Johnson’s efforts to CTA get ridership to rebound Op-ed from Chicago, Bike Grid Now! members: Invest in slow streets and expand and improve the CTA (Crain’s) Hit-and-run driver killed woman, 49, crossing in 1200 block of S. Independence Dr. in […]
CDOT is launching free “Learn to Ride” bike classes for adults and childrenBy Cameron Bolton |
One popular soon-to-be returning program from the Chicago Department of Transportation is "Learn to Ride," which offers adults and children info on how to safely get around by bicycle.
Today’s Headlines for Friday, May 26By John Greenfield |
Permanent outdoor dining expansion proposed by Mayor Johnson after COVID-era rules lapse (Block Club) Shellie Games, 56, died after Wednesday 2-vehicle crash at U.S. 20 and Wagner Road in Porter, IN (Tribune) Man rescued from burning car by Good Samaritans after fiery crash on 200 block of S. Harlem Ave. in Oak Park (NBS) Crash […]
Rail Problem: House GOP Wants to Undermine Trains Exactly When We Need Them MostBy Aaron Short |
The future of interstate rail travel is in jeopardy if the White House caves to House Republican spending cuts as part of the ongoing debt ceiling negotiations, advocates say.
“Plow The Sidewalks” ordinance reintroduced into new City Council, with minor changesBy Steven Vance |
A group of 24 alderpersons introduced an ordinance at yesterday's City Council meeting that would start a "Plow The Sidewalks" pilot program.
Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 25By John Greenfield |
Kate Lowe: Here’s some steps Mayor Brandon Johnson can take to fix public transit (Sun-Times) Chicago Transit Authority shortlists three teams for $3.6B Red Line extension (ERM Midwest) Little Village crash at 31st and Kedzie involving school bus sends 16 to hospital (ABC) Illinois State Police responded to a crash involving a car and a school […]