What if the mayoral candidates’ transportation platforms were literally CTA platforms?By Jacob Peters | | No Comments
Some of the nine Chicago mayoral candidates have released transportation platforms. But if their platforms were literally CTA station platforms, which ones would they be?
How the Lincoln Yards Development Could Impact Chicago TransportationBy Jacob Peters | | 21 Comments
The proposal is nearly a done deal. Building thousands of new homes and offices will exacerbate our city's traffic congestion woes, unless bold action is taken to improve transit access.
Why 36 Car Spots is a Reasonable Number for an Apartment Building by The 606By Steven Vance and Jacob Peters | | 35 Comments
There are myriad reasons why 36 car parking spaces in a building with 124 households is a good number to shelter in Logan Square near the Blue Line.
Residents Weigh in on CDOT’s Latest Logan Square DesignsBy Jacob Peters | | 29 Comments
The city’s project to redesign Milwaukee Avenue from Logan Boulevard to Belmont has primarily focused on the complicated issues that surround the six-way intersection and traffic circle at Milwaukee, Logan, and Kedzie, the namesake of the Logan Square neighborhood. Last night’s hearing on the initiative was similarly focused on the juction, as five of the […]