Mayor's office has taken a step towards leasing Midway Airport. Emanuel says it will be different from Daley's failed deal in 2008. But the city can expect pushback from Chicagoans wary of privatization deals.
Hurricane Sandy has stranded many Chicago travelers again today.Most flights heading to the Northeast coast are still canceled as airports deal with the aftermath of the storm system.The Chicago Department of Aviation said about 325 flights out of O’Hare and 75 at Midway were canceled Tuesday.
We’re taking stock of what’s new in Rahm Emanuel's administration as well as what's been moving along as usual. Since Chicago’s election, news about city airports has been a mixed bag of old problems and new opportunities.
More than 500,000 customers are still without power Monday afternoon, after the most damaging storm system in more than a decade roared through northern Illinois this morning, leaving downed trees and debris in its wake.The severe storms packed winds as high as 80 mph and wreaked havoc on the mornin
His days in office are winding down but Mayor Daley continues to push his plans for O’Hare International Airport. A recent trip to China reignited his ideas for a high speed train to take commuters from the airport to the city.