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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, June 10

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Pritzker, Preckwinkle, Foxx join BLM march on Matteson’s bike/ped-friendly Unity Bridge (Tribune) Vasquez considers pedestrianizing parts of Balmoral, Catalpa, and Berwyn (Block Club) Lakeview leaders propose turning side streets into cafe zones (Block Club) 2 people killed after falling onto Red, Green tracks, Police chase disrupts Blue service (Tribune) One-year-old Lazel Bond died in crash […]

Today’s Headlines for Thursday, May 14

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Chicago-Area transit agencies still waiting on stimulus cash (WTTW) CTA, union clash over train cleaning procedures amid COVID-19 pandemic (WTTW) CBS: Even though CTA ridership has plummeted, violent crime has remained consistent Lightfoot says lakefront will stay closed when Chicago enters next phase of reopening (Block Club) Naperville Park District may take legal action to […]

Today’s Headlines for Friday,

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Schmich and Kamin applaud the closure of the lakefront, riverwalk, and 606 (Tribune) Former Anti-bike columnist Mark Konkol blames “Lakefront Liberals” for closure (Patch) SBC’s Courtney Cobbs discusses the need to open up streets for socially-distanced recreation (WTTW) The North Branch Trail is still open (for the moment) (The Chainlink) Transit union says social distancing […]

Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, March 18

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Chicago leaders ask for moratorium on evictions, utility shut-offs, and housing court (Curbed) Kamin: During the pandemic, unlike at other times, the density of cities is a disadvantage (Tribune) Medical experts confirm that you should avoid riding transit during the pandemic, offer tips (Tribune) Active Trans: Reform, don’t ban, red light camera programs Driver overturns […]