The annual parade, which draws 50,000 bikers, will take place Sunday on Western Avenue.
Just because it's a clear December day doesn't mean the city won't still tow you to make way for plows.
The number of cars towed early Thursday morning dropped 15 percent, officials said.
City officials are racing the clock with $1.1 billion on the line.
The work — and the massive backups created — is part of the ongoing overhaul of the Circle Interchange.
Community partners will pass out free candy canes, cookies and hot chocolate to evening commuters.
The protest was organized in part by the Service Employees International Union and Fight for 15.
Here's how Metra is preparing for what's expected to be a really rough winter.
Two cyclists that were next to a police car ran a red light and were ticketed on Monday morning.
"Participatory budgeting works best when people actually participate," Arena's chief of staff said.
The $75 million will be used to finalize the alignment of the tracks and study the environmental impact.
Every year, the start of the snow route ban catches hundreds of drivers unaware, officials said.
The project ushered in refurbished platforms, new lights and added security cameras at five stations.
The man behind the city's bus and L announcements is a voiceover actor from Milwaukee.
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