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Gage Park »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the cameras were doing as intended, to diminish speeding near schools and parks.

O'Hare »

Ald. Leslie Hairston filed a resolution seeking "clear, distinctive signs" for speed cameras.

Downtown »

The mayor praised the CTA official for her role in the Red Line rehab project among other achievements.

Edgewater »

Edgewater resident Bruce Green was hit by a car while crossing the intersection on his bike in 2009.

Irving Park »

Drivers are advised to slow down or face fines when speeding past Horner Park.

Downtown »

Transportation Commissioner Gabe Klein said, "If you get a ticket, you are just not paying attention."

North Park »

Four cameras near Gompers Park were among the first installed in the city. They're now issuing fines.

Wicker Park »

Proposed redesigns for two cycling-heavy corridors will be shared in a public meeting 5:30 p.m. Friday.

Downtown »

In all, some 19,147 Chicago residents said they ride a bike to get to work.

Downtown »

The Department of Transportation released the 50 locations for speed cameras to be running in 2013.

South Loop »

The new Green Line station was expected to be completed and operational by the end of next year.

Mayfair »

The Gompers Park speed cameras will begin a 30-day period of sending out warnings next week.

Humboldt Park »

Drivers, pedestrians were divided along expected lines on cameras, but both cited the need for safety.