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CTA is wrapping up RPM Phase One, but opportunities are being missedBy Cameron Bolton |
This week, the Chicago Transit Authority announced that the final stage of the Red and Purple Modernization Phase One Project will begin this summer.
Today’s Headlines for Friday, June 2By John Greenfield |
Ald. La Spata wants hearing on Chicago’s NASCAR race traffic impact (Crain’s) Ald. Burnett opposed Johnson, but keeps job as chair of Pedestrian and Traffic Safety (Sun-Times) 4 people injured in 2-car crash Thursday night in Skokie at Lee/Monticello (ABC) Chicago rated 14th bike-friendliest U.S. city in a study conducted by Coworking Cafe (Chicago Star) “Rails […]
The Debt Ceiling Deal Could Be Bad News For Freeway FightersBy Kea Wilson |
A poison pill buried within the new debt ceiling deal would "gut" key elements of the nation's bedrock environmental law in exchange for preventing a national default and could make it easier for highway-building agencies to expedite road projects that harm vulnerable communities for generations, advocates warn.
Despite ‘Lofty’ Climate Goals, United Nations Bans Cyclists on its CampusBy Julianne Cuba |
Cyclists are barred from bringing their two-wheelers onto the vaunted United Nations campus, while drivers, who are notorious for skirting parking tickets, are waved right through its security gates.
Cook County Bike Plan scouts a path to better biking across ChicagolandBy Sharon Hoyer |
Last week, Cook County released its first ever Bike Plan, charting a path for safer and more plentiful bicycle infrastructure across the County.
Today’s Headlines for Thursday, June 1By John Greenfield |
CTA’s RPM Phase 1 project to begin final major phase of 4 Red Line station and track reconstruction City Council backs COVID-era rules making outdoor dining easier (Block Club) Here’s how Englewood neighbors can weigh in on street upgrades, including Halsted road diet (Block Club) 2 drivers crashed Wednesday 5:30 PM at Fulton/Homan in E. […]