Reserve Your Spot in a City With People-Friendly Streets

Photo: John Greenfield

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So Long for Now, But Hopefully Not for Long

Over the past two years, Steven Vance and I had the privilege and pleasure of bringing you the latest in sustainable transportation and livable streets news via Streetsblog Chicago. It’s been fascinating to track the exciting developments taking place in our region during that time, from bus rapid transit, to Divvy bike-share, to the Bloomingdale […]
A live performance of Blackstone Bicycle Works' fantastic safety video "Stay in Your Lane." Photo: Anne Evans

CDOT Presented Awards to Advocates at Today’s Soggy, Fun Bike to Work Rally

This morning’s dismal weather didn’t seem to dampen people’s spirits at the annual Bike to Work Rally, the traditional kickoff for Chicago’s Bike Week.  The highlight of the event was a rain-soaked live rendition of youth education center Blackstone Bicycle Works’ awesome new Rhymefest-produced safety video “Stay in Your Lane,” featuring kids holding up colorful […]

Today’s Headlines for Friday, April 15

Rahm Wants to Demolish Part of McCormick Place to Build Lucas Museum (Sun-Times) Herald Editorial Supports John Cullerton’s Per-Mile Tax Proposal, With Tweaks Uber Says It Has Collected 100K Signature’s Against Chauffeur License Requirement (Crain’s) Former Executive for Chicago Parking Meters Pleads Guilty to Kickback Scheme (Tribune) Man Charged With Shooting Over Traffic Dispute in Evanston (Sun-Times) […]