Have a great Labor Day.
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 […]
If you value Streetsblog Chicago’s daily coverage of transportation and livable streets issues and want to see the site continue next year, there are several reasons why this week is the ideal time to make your tax-deductable donation. The city’s just-released Bike Projects 2013 Recap shows that new protected bike lanes on Vincennes have led […]
Help build a new Chicago, where cars don’t have first “Dibs” on public space. If you haven’t already done so, please donate to the Streetsblog Chicago Resurrection Fund today, so we can keep fighting the good fight for better walking, biking, and transit. If the site does not return to daily publication of original articles […]
About 200 people on bikes filled the streets of Chicago today to honor fallen bike courier Blaine “Beezy” Klingenberg during RYB Fest. The bike ride and barbecue was described by organizers as “a day of remembrance and celebration, and to remind all that bicyclists should also be viewed as equals when riding on the road.” […]
Our first year publishing Streetsblog Chicago has been an amazing maiden voyage, and as 2013 draws to a close, there are plenty of exciting transportation developments to look forward to in 2014. Construction will start on the O’Hare Line rehab and the Loop bus rapid transit corridor. The Chicago Department of Transportation will roll out […]