Metra, this week, unveiled its 30-month construction plan for the station’s inbound track. The project costs $32.7 million.
City Hall may revisit alternate-side-of-the-street parking or some other idea to bring quicker and better snow removal to Chicago’s side streets.
Ald. Brian Hopkins is leaning toward backing the development, in part because a project to improve Chicago Avenue traffic flow is part of the plan.
The Obama Foundation also has set high minority contract goals but resists — for now — using an independent monitor to ensure those goals are met.
“Drivers need to worry about the lives that are in their hands and not the cellphones that are in their hands,” said Ben Lieberman of New York state.
Metra spokesman Mike Gillis said 20 rail cars on the three Union Pacific lines were pulled from service Monday because they need new wheels.
NASA called Young one of its pioneers – the only agency astronaut to go into space as part of the Gemini, Apollo and space shuttle programs.
Normal service on the CTA Yellow Line was resuming as of 2 p.m. after a train struck a vehicle.
They sold at roughly a 30% discount from what the shares were worth in 2016, and those who invested early made nearly 100 times their initial stake.
Teamsters Local 700 represents 2,032 city employees, the biggest chunk of the city’s unionized workforce outside police officers and firefighters.
Airline deaths have been dropping in the U.S. and around the world for more than a decade.
Partygoers use those rideshare services between 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve and 9 a.m. on New Year’s Day can send the bill to a Chicago law firm.
Tollway workers help stranded motorists 24 hours a day, seven days a week when the cold winter weather sets in.
A statement from All Nippon Airways says the pilot decided to return to the originating airport as part of the airline’s security procedures.
Chicago’s Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection wants residents considering hiring a party bus to be aware of the tougher rules.