Free 2 Move Coalition presents plan to eliminate pretextual stops, while increasing traffic safety
F2M has developed a plan to do away with pretextual traffic stops that disproportionately impact Black and Latino motorists.
Getting charged up about the future of electric vehicles in Chicago
CDOT held its first of three public outreach meeting to devise a future plan for electric vehicles, services, and charging infrastructure.
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.
Will complaints from drivers result in “changes to the design” of the beloved Augusta protected bike lanes?
Unsurprisingly, some folks who who drive aren't happy with the changes, which make it harder to illegally park or travel dangerously fast.
At memorial for fallen cyclist Josh Anleu Buendia, 16, his mom says we need to “care about other people’s lives” on the road
City and state officials, as well as Bike Lane Uprising's Christina Whitehouse, stressed the need to create safe streets.
State legislation introduced by Kam Buckner and supported by North Lakefront reps urges CDOT and IDOT to “transform DLSD”
The bill calls for "a lakefront thoroughfare where green urban mobility is emphasized."
Equiticity, Englewood Arts Collective lead community walk promoting effort to reopen Racine Green stop
Participants were also able to check out the Go Green on Racine Community Fresh Market as part of the Fall Fest Community Walk.
CDOT, 47th Ward propose removing left turns from Damen onto Irving Park to reduce crashes, improve walk/bike safety
CDOT presented two alternatives, one that eliminates the lefts and another that doesn't. They implied the first would be better for safety.
Week Without Driving helped people, especially elected officials, understand challenges faced by those who can’t drive
This mobility justice campaign focuses on disability rights and racial equity.