CTA is wrapping up RPM Phase 1, but opportunities are being missedBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
This week, the Chicago Transit Authority announced that the final stage of the Red and Purple Modernization Phase One Project will begin this summer.
Equiticity webinar on “#BikeLife: RideOut Culture & Movement” was an eye-openerBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
"New people just meet, chat, and network. And as a result of that, friendships can happen, and the whole community is going to be made," said a panelist. "And that's all just from riding bikes."
CDOT is launching free “Learn to Ride” bike classes for adults and childrenBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
One popular soon-to-be returning program from the Chicago Department of Transportation is "Learn to Ride," which offers adults and children info on how to safely get around by bicycle.
Cook County transportation department wants input on biking in the large area around Lake CalumetBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
The goal is to find ways to connect destinations and recreational opportunities, improve safety for bicyclists, and reconnect neighborhoods separated by industrial uses, highways, and rail yards that litter the area.
Divvy Has Expanded to the Entire CityBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
“No matter where you’re traveling to in Chicago, you can get there on a Divvy bike,” DOT Commissioner Gia Biagi said in a statement.
Can we fix Route 66? New project aims to make Ogden Avenue more people-friendlyBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
The project, which includes Ogden between Pulaski Road and Western Avenue, is being coordinated by the Chicago Department of Transportation in cooperation with local alderpersons.
CDOT quietly relocated 16 ineffective speed cameras. What impact will that have on safety?By Cameron Bolton and John Greenfield | | No Comments
The Chicago Department of Transportation, which oversees the program, said this was done in response to last year's UIC study of our city's speed cameras.
Federal judge ruled that Chicago’s failure to install APS is discrimination against the blindBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
It's been a long and bumpy road, but it looks like Chicago is finally on its way to becoming an easier city for visually-impaired residents to navigate.
What are agencies doing to ease Kennedy lane closure pain, and what should they do?By Cameron Bolton and John Greenfield | | No Comments
IDOT and other local transportation agencies are taking steps to address the challenges this project may pose for people commuting by both cars and more sustainable modes.
The four Chicagoland transit agencies discuss their next steps for averting the fiscal cliffBy Cameron Bolton and John Greenfield | | No Comments
Local leaders need to get serious about permanently reducing the farebox recovery ratio; finding new funding sources; and abolishing Rauner's collection fee ASAP.
Report looks at how infra and enforcement limit freedom of movement in Black communitiesBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
The report report suggests that cities like Chicago not only need to provide equitable safety infrastructure in communities of color, they also need to rethink traffic law enforcement in order to remove barriers to mobility.
Pre-tax transportation benefits mandate bill is moving forward in SpringfieldBy Cameron Bolton | | No Comments
State representative Theresa Mah's (D-2nd) Transportation Benefits Program Act proposal has been gaining traction as it makes its way toward becoming law.