Building speed for bus rapid transit: A conversation with Commuters Take Action’s Olivia Gahan
How could BRT transform public transportation in Chicago, and what it will take to make it happen?
The new Belmont protected bike lanes are a game changer
Belmont is now a great option for those seeking a low-stress east-west bike route across the expressway and the river.
County, CDOT hosted bike ride to look at the strengths and weaknesses of SE Side bike infrastructure
Feedback from the ride and an online survey will be used for the Lake Calumet Bike Network Study.
RTA explores holistic approaches to safety on transit
Feedback from the meeting will inform a cross-sector safety summit with RTA, the city, the Chicago Community Trust and Elevated Chicago later this year.
Here are the new plans for traffic diverters instead of PBLs on the Wood Street Neighborhood Greenway
While the new proposal is a major change from the original protected bike lane plans, installing traffic diverters will go a long way towards making Wood truly bike-friendly.
Mayoral transition plan for transportation echoes priorities of advocates, including 20/10 mph speed limit
The transportation subcommittee that penned the corresponding section of the report includes members of Active Transportation Alliance, Access Living, and Better Streets Chicago.
New East Side Connectivity Plan would make cycling to Big Marsh bike park safer
But why doesn't the plan include a safe route on an IDOT-controlled stretch of 103rd Street, just north of the park?
Residents turn out in force to support upcoming protected bike lanes on Milwaukee Ave. in West Town/Logan
A huge crowd turned out at the Bucktown-Wicker Park library on Monday for the Chicago Department of Transportation’s public meeting about new protected bike lanes planned for Milwaukee Avenue.
RTA webinar discusses benefits and models for mobility hubs
On Tuesday, the Regional Transportation Authority hosted the second of four webinars related to the agency’s new “Transit is the Answer” strategic plan.