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Rendering of the contraflow bike lane on the southbound stretch of Glenwood north of Pratt. Image: CDOT

Details on the Chill New Way to Bike to Evanston

Among the 20 new miles of bikeways the Chicago Department of Transportation has planned for 2018, one of the most useful new routes will be the Rogers Park Greenway. It will extend the popular Glenwood Greenway in Uptown and Edgewater by a couple of miles miles and create a low-stress way to visit Evanston, our […]
A Pace bike parked outside Calabria Imports on 103rd Street in Beverly. Photo: Bill Savage

A Month After DoBi Launched, the City Has Little Info About How It’s Working Out

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Update 6/8/18, 12:30 PM: The city’s dockless bike-share permit requirements state, “Vendors are required to submit data to the City’s Department of Transportation… on the 1st of every month, starting on June 1.”  However, Dave Reed, the expansion manager for Zagster, which owns Pace, noted that per the city’s more recent instructions to vendors, the first […]