Months after a driver killed Josh Anleu, 16, on a bike, a hit-and run motorist critically injured cyclist Ernesto Vargas, 18, one eighth of a mile away
Transit advocates turned out in force for Dorval Carter’s first quarterly meeting with alderpersons
Great expectations: Dozens of riders turned out for Bike Jam to support controversial Dickens Greenway
Ald. Leni Manaa-Hoppenworth (48th): We need to look at the whole grid
The alderperson discusses improving bike safety, CTA access and transit upgrades in one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world.
Pace sees post-pandemic recovery, but driver shortages hinder service expansion
Pace's budget sets aside money for service increases, driver dependent.
RTA and CMAP discuss future of paratransit at Urban Transportation Center seminar
CMAP providing technical assistance to improve transit for people with disabilities. But looming budget gap threatens service systemwide.
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.
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.
Driver fatally struck man, 52, crossing King at 47th, next to Harold Washington Cultural Center
Metra orders battery-powered trains, gets funding for new bilevel passenger cars
As Metra's board authorized the purchase of eight battery-powered Stadler train sets, the FTA announced the railroad will get $100M to purchase 50 bi-level rail cars.
Good karma for a pickup truck driver: Motorist helps save an endangered Green Line rider from serious injury
It was chicken soup for the sustainable transportation reporter's soul to hear of a quick-thinking motorist protecting a CTA user from grievous harm.