MSI said it is now too expensive to keep subsidizing the bus route.
How are skateboarders, cyclists, joggers, walkers, toddlers all getting along on a 12-foot-wide path?
Greenways could improve safety for folks going to The 606, retail corridors and schools, officials said.
Residents within 300 feet of the proposed wall have until June 2 to vote.
The project will widen existing lanes on 115th Street and add turn lanes in both directions, IDOT said.
People preferred wooden pavers back in the day. They were quieter and easier on the feet.
Ald. Joe Moore called proposed regulations on the ride-hailing industry "a wolf in sheep's clothing."
State wants to build 10-foot noise walls along I-55; residents say it will make 'hood feel like a cave.
Ald. Anthony Beale wants ride-hailing firms and taxis to obey the "same regulations, same rules."
On the agenda: a Wood Street bike lane extension and a Cortland Street greenway.
And now aldermen want to try to deter people who might be torching cars for insurance money.
Metra said kids 11 and under can ride for free from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.
Cut Cats Courier, which bikes goods around Chicago, allows its couriers ownership and voting power.
Explosives will be used every other day during the months it will take to blast the tunnel's shafts.
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