Chicagoland residents: meet up with other transportation-minded folks to toast the Windy City’s new website dedicated to walking, biking, transit and public space issues. Join us tomorrow, Thursday, January 24, from 6 to 9 pm in the second floor Brewer’s Lounge at Revolution Brewing, 2323 North Milwaukee Avenue in Logan Square. The pub is located just around the corner from the O’Hare Line’s California station, and it’s slated to get an on-street bike parking corral, hopefully by this spring. No cover, cash bar, complimentary appetizers and free Streetsblog schwag, while supplies last. Hope to see you there!
Lots of organizations have probably asked you to donate tomorrow on “Giving Tuesday.” But this week, you can support Streetsblog Chicago by attending our holiday party and fundraiser on Thursday, December 3, along with our friends from Moxie, an LGBT meet-up group for urban planning and public policy professionals. Here’s the skinny: Moxie and Streetsblog Chicago Holiday […]
Join us next Thursday for the second in our series of monthly meet-ups for Streetsblog readers. This one is a festive holiday gathering with our friends from Moxie, a meet-up group for LGBT urban planning and public policy professionals. Here’s the skinny: Moxie and Streetsblog Chicago Holiday Party Thursday, December 3, 6-8 p.m. El Morro […]
Thanks to everyone who’s given to Streetsblog and Streetfilms so far in our spring pledge drive — we’re nearly a quarter of the way to our fundraising goal of $40,000. I can’t emphasize enough how crucial it is for readers to chip in and help us reach our targets. Your contributions keep us going so […]
Steven and I are looking forward to talking transportation with Streetsblog readers at our holiday party and fundraiser this Thursday, December 3, co-hosted by our friends from Moxie, an LGBT meet-up group for urban planning and public policy professionals. In case you’re not already in the loop about this, here’s the skinny: Moxie and Streetsblog Chicago Holiday Party […]
CTA Is Already Bracing Itself for Rauner Transit Funding Cuts (Tribune) Grimshaw: Plan for the Obama Library Must Include Better & More Frequent Transit (CNT) WalkScore Ranks Chicago the 6th Most Bikeable City in US (RedFin) Pace’s Arterial BRT System on NW Side Will Feature Heated Shelters (Active Trans) 6 Corners Residents Brainstorm Ways to […]
Bummed because you weren’t one of the dozens of Streetsblog Chicago readers who showed up to Revolution Brewing for great conversation and delicious craft beer at our Donor Appreciation Party last Wednesday? Here’s another chance to hang out with sustainable transportation enthusiasts and support the SBC revival effort, while browsing very cool transit- and bike-themed clothing, […]