After a driver killed Soyfa Athamanah Tuesday, #ChiCrosswalkAction protest demands a safer Winona/Broadway
Protesters said that transportation decision-makers have blood on their hands for Athamanah's death.
Hundreds of people learned about the Chicago Race Riot of 1919 on a commemorative bike tour
The multi-day violent racial conflict, initiated by the killing of a Black teen at 29th Street Beach, was the worst in Chicago history.
CDOT explains how new TDM requirements will impact future developments
On Tuesday, the Chicago Department of Transportation hosted a webinar providing an overview and guidelines for compliance with Travel Demand Study and Management Plan (TDM) Requirements.
Why doesn’t the 111th Street streetscape improvement project include bike improvements?
The two-lane street across the Mt. Greenwood community is designated as a "Bicycle-friendly route" by Google Maps, but the new project doesn't include any bike upgrades.
Big turnout in support of upcoming Grand Ave. protected bike lanes at West Town meeting
Dozens of people showed up to voice their support for planned protected bike lanes on Grand Avenue in West Avenue at an open house Wednesday night.
Thursday’s Chicago Mobility Collaborative respectfully discussed multiple issues
All in all, the CMC meeting was an event where attendees could share diverse perspectives on traffic safety matters in a constructive way.
New bike/ped trail connection will simplify travel between Joliet and Lemont
A bicycle-pedestrian trail connection from the 3.26-mile Centennial Trail to an 11-mile stretch of the I&M Canal Trail began construction on June 12.
CTA hosts DBEs for Red Line Extension update, subcontractor opportunities
On Thursday, disadvantaged business enterprises attended a meeting hosted by the Chicago Transit Authority to learn more about the Red Line Extension and the subcontracting opportunities available. The event took place at the CTA’s West Loop headquarters.