Visiting new bikeways on the Near Southwest and Near South sides on Day Three of Bike Lane Week
City officials hold first community meeting for Western Brown Line station improvement project
Fifth and Final Day of SBC’s Bike Lane Week: Near Northwest Side, Far West Side, Near West Side, Near North Side
I have ridden a heck of a lot of bike lanes, and had the pleasure of visiting many of our city's diverse neighborhoods.
After trying to pick up her phone while driving SUV, off-duty CPD officer jumped curb and killed Maria Schwab, 56, on sidewalk
It's infuriating that a person who was entrusted to help keep the public safe was reckless enough to take her eyes off the road while driving to pick up a phone, with tragic consequences.
Day Four of Streetsblog Chicago’s Bike Lane Week: A few surprises on the Mid-North Side
Interestingly, I saw a few things that were previously off my sustainable transportation infrastructure geek radar.
Help Streetsblog Chicago raise funds to keep fighting for livable streets in 2024
2023 has been a very eventful year for Chicago sustainable transportation news, and this publication itself. Help us keep rolling smoothly next year.
2 months after I suggested CDOT simplify their bike map, I mapped 2023 projects myself. 1 week later CDOT released a simplified map.
Streetsblog created a version of the CDOT bikeway map that only shows bikeways that were constructed in 2023, with an easier-to-understand color scheme.
Other recent stories
Advocates provide bikes to migrants, request help from CDOT to meet growing demand
Donation organizers say unless funds are freed up from a larger entity, bike distribution to asylum seekers is going to stay in crisis mode indefinitely.
Equiticity, Englewood Arts Collective lead community walk promoting effort to reopen Racine Green stop
Participants were also able to check out the Go Green on Racine Community Fresh Market as part of the Fall Fest Community Walk.
Not so Swift: Yellow Line restoration drags on after crash, as confusion reigns over shuttle bus service
Yellow ‘L’ line service remains suspended three weeks after a November 16 collision with a snowplow, and the shuttle service is unpredictable.
Transportation advocates share potential solutions to avoid the CTA’s coming fiscal cliff
The Active Transportation Alliance, Commuters Take Action, and Metropolitan Planning Council shared ideas.
Will Chicago’s Better Streets for Buses plan result in real BRT this time?
Let's keep our fingers crossed that, unlike Ashland BRT, the city will come up with a fast bus proposal that actually goes somewhere.
Whether or not you knew Motivate is still helping to run Divvy bike-share, by February they won’t be
While the machinations going on right now at Divvy are a little complex, there no reason to believe they'll be bad for customers or employees.
Active Transportation Alliance’s annual member meeting celebrated 2023 walk/bike/transit wins and hinted at the year ahead
It was a full house at the Revolution Brewing Taproom on Tuesday for ATA’s annual member party.
Concrete protection comes to Clark bike lanes north of Berteau, which will help keep drivers from blocking them
To their credit, the drivers Streetsblog saw there today were parking properly in their new lane.