Skip to Content
Streetsblog Chicago home
Streetsblog Chicago home
Log In
    • Red Light Cam Probe Widens as Feds Indict Former RedFlex CEO (Tribune)
    • Editorial: If Rahm Can't Restore Faith in Red Light Program, He Should End It (Tribune)
    • $40 Million Brown Line Repair Contract Awarded to Kiewit Infrastructure (Crain's)
    • CTA May Bankroll Traffic Signal Changes to Ease Bus Movements (RedEye)
    • Emanuel Unveils Rehabbed Harrison Station (DNA)
    • Numerous Street Closures, Parking Restrictions Planned for Air & Water Show (DNA)
    • Hoosiers on the Hoof: Indianapolis Hosts 1st-Ever Indiana Walk Summit (Active Trans)
    • Settlement for Cyclist Struck While Riding in Woodridge Crosswalk (Keating)
    • Online Tools Help Chicago Cyclists Recover Stolen Bikes (CBS)
    • Chicago Bike Mom Check Out the Harrison PBLs
    • Sleep Tight: Despite Video, CTA Says It Hasn't Seen Bedbugs on Rail Cars (RedEye)
    • 2 of "16 Rules of Living in Chicago": Watch for Cyclists & Don't Bike Like a Jerk (Time Out)

Get national headlines at Streetsblog USA

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog Chicago

FOIAed letter shows Ald. Hopkins asked CDOT to scrape out dashed bike lanes from Dearborn in posh Gold Coast

The alder says constituents in this affluent neighborhood feel the new street layout is "very problematic and unsafe", but the same configuration has worked fine in other communities.

July 13, 2024

CTAction: It’s silly for CTA to update timetables to reflect “more scheduled rail service” when it can’t deliver its current schedule

The grassroots transit advocacy group says there's no point in advertising more service on the new timetables when the CTA isn't actually providing it.

July 11, 2024

Transit advocates voiced support for 9 Ashland bus extension, transportation committee approved it

A full City Council vote is needed to finalize the project, and the next Council meeting is next Wednesday, July 17.

July 11, 2024
See all posts