Cameron Bolton Recent Posts Open Boulevards in North Lawndale: “It makes you want to come outside” By Cameron Bolton | Oct 18, 2021 | No Comments Douglas Boulevard for walking, jogging, biking, live music, games, a Haitian American Museum of Chicago exhibit, and grilling: a day of fun and culture. Divvy kicks off West Side expansion with 3,500 bikes, 107 “e-station” parking areas By Cameron Bolton | Jul 9, 2021 | No Comments When the expansion is completed, the Divvy system will include 16,500 bikes and more than 800 stations. CMAP, ATA, and CDOT discuss pandemic transportation challenges, and the way forward By Cameron Bolton | Sep 24, 2020 | No Comments Car traffic is on its way back to pre-pandemic levels, but transit ridership is still way down, and without further intervention, the agencies have to resort to drastic service cuts. The Street Love Ride drew hundreds of cyclists to promote peace in North Lawndale By Cameron Bolton | Aug 19, 2020 | No Comments The ride was a joyous celebration of unity that drew hundreds of participants. Equiticity’s Oboi Reed returns to mobility justice work, discusses health challenges By Cameron Bolton | Aug 5, 2020 | No Comments Reed opened up to Streetsblog about the struggle he's faced over the years with clinical depression and why he now feels ready to move forward with transportation advocacy. Black Rides for Black Lives uses cycling to highlight the need for police reform By Cameron Bolton | Jul 6, 2020 | No Comments The goal of their recent protest ride was to demand the creation of a Civilian Police Accountability Council, as well as reducing or eliminating funding for the CPD and reallocating money to social services.