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.
Trains were stopped Monday afternoon after a Metra Electric train hit and killed a pedestrian on the South Side, authorities said.
Multiple west suburban Metra trains were experiencing delays because of mechanical problems Monday morning.
About 2 inches of snow is on the ground at O’Hare Airport and more is on the way. Expect a high of 25 degrees, with a low of 9 and snow showers.
People who have been vaccinated are at a low risk of contracting the virus.
The Obama Foundation also has set high minority contract goals but resists — for now — using an independent monitor to ensure those goals are met.
In spite of those initial results, Amec Foster Wheeler Environmental Infrastructure recommended additional testing, which will begin in the spring.
Normal service was resuming on the CTA Red and Purple lines Friday morning after a person jumped in front of a train in Edgewater on the North Side.
“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.
Ridership on the bus line average 674 rides each weekday in November 2017.
Interstate 80/94 reopened Wednesday afternoon after all lanes were closed for about five hours near Gary, Indiana, because of downed power lines.
Several lanes were blocked on the inbound Dan Ryan Expressway after multiple crushed vehicles were spilled onto the road Tuesday afternoon.
Metra spokesman Mike Gillis said 20 rail cars on the three Union Pacific lines were pulled from service Monday because they need new wheels.
A mix of freezing rain and snow fell over the Chicago area into Monday morning and glazed streets and sidewalks, but is expected to end around 6 a.m.
“If you are going to be traveling, you should first ask yourself if your trip is necessary before heading out,” said IDOT Secretary Randy Blankenhorn.