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DePaul study: End FAA ban
May. 22, 2013
Study finds e-reader and tablet usage up on airplanes, calls for end to FAA electronics ban.
Bus rapid transit to ‘maximize potential’ of Ashland Avenue
Apr. 19, 2013
Chicago officials say the project’s first phase would transform 5.3 miles of the congested artery for about $50 million.
With no rules of the road, Chicago’s pedicabs thrive
Apr. 9, 2013
With warm weather on the way, pedicabs are taking over Chicago’s streets again. It’s not just the flat terrain and lazy tourists. Unlike other major cities, Chicago has no ordinance regulating pedicabs.
MPC Roundtable – Bus Rapid Transit on a Roll in Chicago
Mar. 1, 2013
Learn how Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will make the most of Chicago's existing street infrastructure to better connect people to neighborhoods and destinations across the city.
Englewood seeks concessions in rail yard deal
Feb. 28, 2013
Norfolk Southern is seeking city land in its expansion of a South Side rail yard. Englewood residents now want the city to join any land deal to reduction in diesel fumes and other mitigations
Want to work from home? Too bad.
Feb. 26, 2013
The percent of workers who telecommute in Chicago is the same as the national average, but some say Chicago could do better.
What LaHood's departure means for high speed rail
Feb. 25, 2013
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced his departure from the Obama administration earlier this week. So what does that mean for the future of high speed rail?
Chicago to spend $2B on new rail cars
Feb. 7, 2013
Chicago transit officials are planning to spend up to $2 billion on a new generation of rail cars to modernize the nation's second-largest mass transit system.
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