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How Seniors Can Benefit from New Automotive Technology with Modern Digital Features

84 Technology is rapidly changing to help improve our daily lives at home, in stores, and in vehicles. Here are some simple and effective ways seniors can benefit from new digital features in automotive technology. Driving and managing automotive vehicles can be difficult for some people, especially when other drivers don’t respect the Rules of […]

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Posted in ARLINGTON-CARS.COM, Digital-Lifestyle

Metra, CTA, Pace Suspended All Service On Monday, June 1, 2020 Following Violent Riots in Chicago

265 On Sunday May 31, 2020 at 7:57 p.m. Metra announced the suspension of all train service on Monday June 1, 2020. “For the safety of the public and our employees, and because of municipal travel restrictions that are limiting the ability of our workers to reach job sites, Metra is suspending all service on […]

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Pace Bus 602 Service Suspended in Schaumburg — Route Service Normally Covers Neighborhoods from Golf Rd and Higgins Rd to the Schaumburg Metra Station

1,332 The Village of Schaumburg and Pace Pus announced on Monday, April 13, 2020 that due to low ridership during the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Pace Route 602 bus service is being suspended beginning Monday, April 13, 2020. The Pace Bus Route 602 normally runs from Golf Road and Higgins Road to apartments and neighborhoods in […]

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Posted in GO!

Quiet Morning ‘Rush Hour’ Monday with Beautiful Snow in Arlington Heights, and Quiet Skies on FlightRadar24

1,769 Snow scenes and Grandt’s Shell near Recreation Park during the first ‘Rush Hour’ during the Illinois Stay at Home Order in Arlington Heights. A quiet Monday on March 23, 2020 during the first business day of the Coronavirus Stay-at-Home Order in the State of Illinois. A beautiful snowfall that stuck to tree branches added […]

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How Loss Of Ridership Due To Coronavirus COVID-19 May Affect Metra’s Bottom Line

68 On Monday morning, commuters who still have to get into Chicago for work will need to adjust to different schedules on Metra. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker looks at how that may affect Metra’s finances. At least one train has seen a 95 percent drop in ridership. Metra could be losing $28 million per […]

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Military Vehicles on Freight Train Sighted During Day Thursday; Discovered Parked Near Northwest Highway and Waterman Ave, Arlington Heights Thursday Night

31,979 Outbound Metra passenger train passing parked freight train hauling Oshkosh Defense military vehicles near Chicago on Thursday, March 19, 2020. The timing brought suspicions to many people when they spotted a freight train hauling military vehicles passing through Hampshire and other suburbs in Illinois on Thursday, March 19, 2020. Some people immediately assumed the […]

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Posted in Cardinal News Popular, Preparedness, Trains

Take Extra Care at Downtown Railroad Crossings in Arlington Heights (Actually Any Crossings) in Case of Gate Malfunctions

2,795 Overnight Wednesday/Thursday at about 1:15 a.m. Thursday, March 19, 2020, an outbound Metra train was arriving at the Arlington Heights Metra train station. The train was westbound at Arlington Heights Road, but as the train crossed Arlington Heights Road, the gates at Dunton Avenue, which were down, went up with the train approaching Evergreen […]

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FAA Shuts Down Midway International Airport Control Tower After Control Tower Employees Test Positive for Coronavirus COVID-19

6,378 Midway International Airport (MDW) control tower was shut down Tuesday afternoon March 17, 2020 by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) after several employees tested positive for Coronavirus COVID-19. The last flight believed to be allowed to take off is a Southwest Airlines flight to LaGuardia Airport (LGA). The aircraft took off about 5:12 p.m. […]

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Posted in Air Travel, Cardinal News Popular

Regular Gas at Costco in Mettawa in Lake County Only $1.749 per Gallon; Premium $2.299 per Gallon

846 Gas prices have dropped the last three weeks because of a drop in demand for gasoline associated with mitigation efforts to stop the spread of Coronavirus CIVID-19 Disease. More people are working at home or are not working at all; and students are not traveling to school. These are some of the situations that […]

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Airports Not Prepared for Influx of Passengers from Europe Travel Ban; Scenes from O’Hare

703 The European travel ban activated by Proclamation by President of the United States Donald J. Trump went into effect at midnight Friday (actually 11:59 p.m. on Friday/Saturday). The travel ban proclamation was announced Wednesday, March 11, 2020. The travel ban to and from Europe in the United States caused long, dense lines Saturday, March […]

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Posted in Air Travel, FIRE BLOG C, Gov

How Ford Botched the Relaunch of Its 6th Generation Ford Explorer 2020

522 Ford revamped its popular Explorer SUV for the 2020 model year, but admittedly took on too much change with the Ford Explorer and developed some problems — all in the midst of Ford’s attempt at an overall financial turnaround. After the relaunch of the Ford Explorer in June 2019, Ford Explorer sales fell 48 […]

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Video Seconds Before Metra Train Hit Car; Attorney Already Had Camera Set to Monitor 87th St and Pulaski Rd Where Railway Runs Through Middle of Intersection

1,022 Attorney Ben Crain points out that there has been more than one accident involving Metra trains at 87th Street and Pulaski Road, and one of them left two people dead. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports. There’s no surprise for some people that there have been multiple crashes at the intersection of 87th Street […]

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