Last year, some 200 cars were towed on the first night of restrictions.
Block audits are part of Ald. Pawar's process of determining how to spend the ward's menu money.
There are also Teslas, Hummers and a Maserati. But you'll most likely get picked up by a Toyota Camry.
The Mag Mile exit is getting repaved.
A trailgoer walking his dog predicted "only hardcore people" would use the path in cold weather.
The closures are part of the 63rd Street bridge reconstruction project.
Some 70 percent of Chicago's bike commuters are men, but Women Bike Chicago is gaining visibility.
That's nearly 12 times the number of people who can legally drive a cab in Chicago, data shows.
"Lady, you're not a bike," someone off-camera tells the woman. She disagrees.
A festive train will run on all CTA rail lines, starting on the Red Line Saturday. A bus starts Dec. 2.
The fire and aftermath have sent United Center security guard Daisy Morales' life into a chaotic spiral.
A study looked at nine big cities, finding Chicagoans are power users of the Missed Connections feature.
The city said it's ready for a snow storm, and it expects below-average snowfall this season.
The bridge soon had to be raised again to let a barge pass, workers said.
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