Ald. Reilly said a pilot program would "more than pay for itself, and curb some really poor behavior."
Aldermen also clashed over city funding for the Active Transportation Alliance.
The American Public Transportation Association gave CTA its AdWheel "Grand Award."
Bluetooth speakers, "commuter jeans" and Horween messenger bags were highlights spotted on two wheels.
Players who visit all eight locations, like Khan BBQ, and snap a photo can win a free shirt.
The stretch of Pulaski Road between Foster and Peterson will be under construction through December.
The city replaced the 75-year-old sewer under Talcott Avenue as part of a $7.6 million project.
Metra will test out free wireless service on 10 of its train cars, the company announced Friday.
You can charge your phones, laptops and tablets for free at some Metra stations.
"I have fallen in love with this bike; it feels pretty normal to me," said the commuting teacher.
The iconic neon sign was removed late last year — but will be honored in the new dealership.
Ald. Harry Osterman will meet with the community and allow for "significant" Q&A time, he said.
An activist, one of just 6 people who showed up, said he won't stop until all the cameras are gone.
The ramp from the inbound Kennedy to the outbound Eisenhower will be closed at times, IDOT said.
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