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The photo on the $100 ticket isn't all that's fuzzy regarding red-light camera violations, one driver complains, while another wants to ban trucks from using the Circle Interchange or make them pay a hefty toll. Q: Jon, I feel disgusted. I received a...
Tags: Traffic, Elgin, Wrigley Building, Michigan Avenue, Travel
Tribune reporterMcDonough Associates, an engineering powerhouse that is barred from state contracts for three years because of alleged over-charges costing taxpayers millions of dollars, struck back today by suing the Illinois Department of Transportation’s top...
Tribune reporterA proposal to create an inspector general for the suburbs drew skeptical reactions Monday, as officeholders and taxpayer watchdogs questioned how the position would work and whether it’s necessary. But the idea got a warm reception from Gov. Pat...
Tags: Metra, Lawyers, Bribery, John J Cullerton, Organized Crime
Tribune reporterThe Illinois Tollway said today it will implement a new policy requiring that all violation notices be mailed within 90 days of a tollway user's third violation. Previously the tollway would sometimes not send out such notices out for years when backlogs...
Tribune reporterThe Illinois Tollway should include congestion-priced, “managed” lanes and mass transit options such as express buses as part of its plan to rebuild the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway, a special advisory council recommended today. The...
Tribune reportersThe Illinois Pollution Control Board rejected pleas from the state’s top legal and environmental officials Thursday, deciding against requiring groundwater monitoring at dozens of quarries that accept dirt and construction debris. The ruling...
Tribune reporterSetting a timeline for the CTA’s No. 1 improvement project – the multibillion-dollar replacement of the Red Line – hinges on negotiations that will begin next week in Congress over a new transportation funding bill, CTA president Forrest...
Tribune reporterGov. Pat Quinn today joined officials with the Illinois Tollway to highlight a network of electric car charging stations that are being installed across the interstate system. So far, fast-charging machines have been put in place at four Tollway Oasis...
With last winter's blizzard still fresh in their minds, Chicago officials detoured all CTA buses off Lake Shore Drive as a snowstorm hunkered down over the area, crippling the evening commute and grounding more than 800 flights. The storm began...
Tags: Metra, Tom Skilling, McHenry, Chicago Public Schools, Chicago
Special to the TribuneA former Illinois Tollway employee who was accused of pocketing more than $800 in tolls and allowing acquaintances to pass through toll plazas without paying pleaded guilty to official misconduct today in DuPage Countycourt. Cheryl Olds, 51, of Chicago,...
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