Chuy Garcia’s first term in Congress earns progressive accolades, honorary Squad membership
The Riot Fest grounds themselves provide a pretty different experience than, say, Lollapalooza or Pitchfork.
A view from the river
You can’t spell “contact high” without the CTA.
With a Democrat in the governor’s office, Metra expects to finally get an influx of cash—but will it be enough to make up for the years-long backlog?
And are we at risk of having a motorhead as mayor?
Fourteen years after machine alderman Berny Stone blocked a bike bridge for mysterious reasons, CDOT is finally breaking ground on the project.
The year in review in federal—and local—transportation news.
They may have little name recognition and no campaign funds, but the regular people running for mayor are committed to making the city thrive.
Income from ads, sponsorship, and operations went up while losses went down.
“If a woman has headphones on, she doesn’t want to talk to anyone unless the train is literally on fire.”
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The agency is testing more sanitary plastic seat inserts. Will riders be willing to sacrifice comfort for a guarantee of a dry seat?
Also, a lawsuit is hoping to block the Cook County soda tax at the last minute.
Also, legal experts say it’s “no sure thing” that Jason Van Dyke will be found guilty in the Laquan McDonald case.