Active Trans Asks Wicker Park / Bucktown Residents to Support Bike Lanes on MilwaukeeBy Jean Khut | | 2 Comments
Last night, the advocacy organization hosted a gathering to encourage local residents to advocate for the bike lanes.
Ride Your Bike: Remembering Fallen Cyclist Blaine Klingbenberg One Year LaterBy Jean Khut | | No Comments
In 2016, Chicago garnered the number one spot in Bicycling Magazine’s 50 Best Bikes Cities. The same year there were six bike fatalities. It seemed like Ghost Bikes memorials were being installed every other week, leaving many in the cycling community wondering just how bike-friendly Chicago streets actually were. One of the six lives lost […]
Englewood Line Trail Could Create Recreation and Job Opportunities for ResidentsBy Jean Khut | | 21 Comments
The Englewood Line Nature Trail, a proposed two-mile elevated greenway, would run along an unused rail embankment between 58th and 59th streetsm from Hoyne to Wallace avenues.
Street Harassment and Sexual Violence Are Mobility IssuesBy Jean Khut | | 20 Comments
Incidents of sexual harassment represent a challenge to a woman's right to travel safely and freely through public space.
Chicago’s “For Women Only, Duh” Rides Create a Safe Space for Female CyclistsBy Jean Khut | | 8 Comments
The group provides opportunities to ride bikes and hang out without having to deal with the sexism and harassment female cyclists often encounter.
“The Untokening” Was a Frank Discussion of the Livable Streets Movement’s Equity ChallengesBy Jean Khut | | 7 Comments
When mobility-related social justice issues, such as gentrification and police abuse, come up, it often makes relatively privileged people uncomfortable.
Black Leaders Discuss Their Efforts to Promote Equity in Mobility AdvocacyBy Jean Khut | | 1 Comment
Conference brought together bike and pedestrian advocates of color from around the country.