Hopefully the city will take action to address geographic discrepancies, so all Chicagoans can reap the safety, health, and economic benefits of car-free streets.
Some say that pedestrianizing the street would have caused traffic headaches. Others say the increased sales would have been well woth any inconvenience to drivers.
Findings from ATA’s listening tour of 100+ community leaders and public officials Quarantine order kicks in for travelers from states with skyrocketing COVID cases (Sun-Times) Illinois State Police seek driver who injured pedestrian in hit-and-run on I-290 (NBC) I-55 was shut down in both directions near Braceville after 5-vehicle crash (NBC) Woman, 28, robbed on […]
"We're trying to ask ourselves: in process of ideation, how can we work with people to create a level of authorship and co-production, so it’s not just us imposing this project on them?"
The goal of their recent protest ride was to demand the creation of a Civilian Police Accountability Council, as well as reducing or eliminating funding for the CPD and reallocating money to social services.
SE Side bike protests against police in schools, relocation of scrap metal recycler to area (CBS) New Slow Street opens on South Shore Drive from 53rd to 56th in Hyde Park (CDOT) 2 Chicago police officers hurt after striking closed Steelworkers Park gate (Sun-Times) String of violent robberies on Red Line in River North, Lincoln […]