Two United Airlines planes collided Wednesday afternoon at O’Hare International Airport.
Chicago sorely needs a better network of buses, trains and bicycles, although not entirely at the expense of leaving cars stuck in traffic jams.
Taxis need expensive licenses. Drivers also require lengthy training. Uber sidestepped all that, insisting it owns no cars, employs no drivers.
A woman was hit by a truck while riding a bicycle Thursday morning in the West Loop.
The upper and lower levels of the bridge will close at 11 p.m. Thursday and reopen at 5 a.m. Friday.
New York City has placed a one-year moratorium on new licenses for for-hire vehicles while the city studies the rapidly changing industry.
A common greeting at the boarding gate was: “Where do you think you’re going with that? You can’t bring that on here!”
A city document declares there is no reason 100 valet operators at 400 locations should pay just $2.1 million in annual tax revenue to the city.
As Dorelia Rivera and her daughter Kayla had done on countless flights before, more out of habit than fear, they each made the sign of the cross.
A north suburban schoolteacher took Mexican airline Aeroméxico to court Thursday, just two days after he survived a jetliner crash that injured 49.
Portions of the road remain “Congress Parkway,” while the stretch from Buckingham Fountain to State Street bears the new name on Google Maps.
His shirt drenched in sweat after the 2 mile march in the sweltering August sun, activist and organizer Tio Hardiman called the march a success.
Auto rental companies are rightly concerned about how peer-to-peer car sharing might affect them. But that’s not a reason to kneecap new ideas.
Trains were halted or delayed on several CTA lines because of a track fire near the Illinois Medical District Tuesday afternoon.
As Chicago prepares to handle another protest that could shut down a major roadway, the cost of the last big demonstration has hit at least $323,000.