France may soon pay its residents to trade their private cars for e-bikes, vehicle-share services, and even transit passes.
When it comes to transit funding from the most recent federal COVID-19 stimulus package, the common sentiment from transit agencies in Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana can be summed up as “wait and see.”
Despite rumors, river bridges haven’t been lifted during peaceful protests over Adam Toledo shooting (CBS) Woman killed while trying to make a U-turn at Monroe/Western, 3 injured (Sun-Times) GoFundMe launched for family of Agata Gortz, fatally struck by bus driver while jogging in Palos Hills Survey: Should speed bumps be installed on Barry Avenue between […]
About 80 percent of respondents who weren't riding buses and trains on a frequent basis said they planned to to return to their pre-pandemic commuting habits once worries about the coronavirus ease.
The Chicago Loop Alliance's March downtown activity report showed vehicle parking rates skyrocketed as the weather warmed and pandemic restrictions loosened.
As Chicago braces for protests over police shootings, CPD makes new rules for handling crowds (Tribune) Protect Our Parks files new lawsuit seeking to stop Obama Center’s construction In Jackson Park (Block Club) 2 pedestrians have been struck and killed by Metra trains near Round Lake this week (L&MCS) Residents react to death of Ciro […]