Transportation advocates share potential solutions to avoid the CTA’s coming fiscal cliff
The Active Transportation Alliance, Commuters Take Action, and Metropolitan Planning Council shared ideas.
Metra approves 2024 budget, creating new fare structure
Second time was the charm for the Metra fare revamp, as the railroad’s board unanimously approved the new fare policy.
At annual gathering, Better Streets Chicago unveils new Community Blocks campaign, inspired by Barcelona’s Superblocks
Advocates showed up in force to support the grassroots organization, which promotes safe, accessible, and equitable street design for all residents.
Commuters Take Action accuses CTA of “lies” about restoring Blue Line to pre-Forest Park Rebuild service levels
The agency promised last month "we will add back rail service to [spring 2023] scheduled service" in mid-November but the advocacy group says that's not happening.
Metra: We want to accommodate bicycles on 100 percent of trains
Metra revealed some of its plans to accommodate more bikes on more trains in a first-of-its-kind presentation and Q&A on Monday night.
The Clark PBLs and bus boarding islands between Irving Park and Montrose are progressing nicely
When Streetsblog stopped by on Monday, a northbound concrete raised bike lane on the east side of Clark, along with new bus infrastructure, was partially complete