Open Boulevards invites North Lawndale residents to come out and enjoy car-free streets
Ald. William Hall (6th): The best way to reduce car dependency is make neighborhoods more walkable, profitable, and appealing
"If you want to see less car use, then make the proposition that it wouldn’t make sense to leave my neighborhood."
CTA blues: Musician and ex-bus driver Toronzo Cannon, shares his views on the agency’s labor challenges
Like many CTA workers, difficulties in the early days of COVID influenced Cannon's decision to retire. He says the transit unions need to do more to support their members.
At Bike the Drive, Mayor Johnson promises better walk/bike/transit, riders thrill to a less car-centric DLSD
Mayor promises "abundant access to safe active transportation options", residents love biking DLSD largely without motor vehicle traffic
Envision Unlimited is bringing its adaptive cycling program to Sunday’s Bike the Drive
Tricycles, tandems and duet bikes will be ridden by people with special needs, meeting at Butler Field at Monroe Street and DLSD.
39th Ward PB election funds a half mile of protected bike lanes on Montrose between Pulaski and Kostner in Irving Park
It's not a bad location for protected lanes since this part of Montrose, a mostly two-lane street, connects with Elston Avenue, a diagonal crosstown cycling route.