Now is a good time to revisit the safety details of a plane in light of Tuesday’s emergency landing of Southwest Flight 1380.
Among the changes it hopes to implement are changes to the CTA transit plaza at Clark and Arthur.
Its neighbor to the east may claim “The Crossroads of America” title, but by nearly any measure, Illinois is the heart of the U.S. Interstate system.
In February, the city recorded only 33,499 complaints about jet noise — the lowest number since December 2014.
Chicago’s drivers appear to be slowing down, based on a Chicago Sun-Times analysis of the city’s speed-camera data.
Chicago commuters may have looked up from their phones to notice Facebook advertisements on their train or bus platform.
The NTSB removed Tesla Inc. as a party to the investigation after the company prematurely made information public.
What if you could book your trip today and pay for it later — without maxing out your credit cards?
Uber will start doing annual criminal background checks on U.S. drivers and hire a company that constantly monitors criminal arrests.
A trick question: How many escalators are there at the Red Line’s Monroe station?
President Xi Jinping has promised to cut China’s auto import tariffs and ease restrictions on foreign ownership in its auto industry.
The fleet maintenance facility is moving from the North Branch Corridor to vacant land at 210 W. 69th St. that once housed Kennedy-King College.
Rush-hour could turn into less of a headache for north suburban commuters at start of this workweek with a new stretch of bus-only lanes on the Edens.
American Airlines is ordering 47 new Boeing jets with a combined list price of $12.3 billion to replace some of its oldest planes.
A new art installation, with light panels triggered by passing trains and other sounds, is unveiled at Damen Blue Line stop, visible from the street.