While it's rankings don't reflect reality, the PFB ratings do offer some useful constructive criticism for Chicago. Biking here would benefit from a lower speed limit and connected protected bike lane network.
Even amid death and trauma, people still have places to get, and public transit will, hopefully, still be there to serve them.
Suspect in custody for Highland Park mass shooting that killed 6, injured dozens, and disrupted Metra service (Sun-Times) 5 wounded in mass shooting in Chicago’s Parkway Gardens neighborhood, 2 blocks south of King Green stop (NBC) Hit-and-run Jeep driver killed a male pedestrian early Monday morning at 32nd and Pulaski in Little Village (ABC) Driver […]
"This is yet another tragic example of one of Chicago's children not being able to ride safely in the city's streets," said an attorney from a local bike-focused firm.
Driver fleeing traffic stop crashed into the front porch of house, injuring child, in Jefferson Park (ABC) CPD: 2 Chicago police officers hurt after driver blows red light, crashes into squad car (Sun-Times) Amtrak train bound for Chicago was below speed limit before fatal crash in Missouri, NTSB says (Tribune) Man, 42, critically injured in […]
The plan for Clark between Irving Park and Montrose includes concrete curb-protected bike lanes, bus boarding islands, and a lower speed limit.