Will complaints from drivers result in “changes to the design” of the beloved Augusta protected bike lanes?
Unsurprisingly, some folks who who drive aren't happy with the changes, which make it harder to illegally park or travel dangerously fast.
First ever City Civics Day encourages engagement and activism
Streetsblog attended the breakout session "How to create active, sustainable, safe streets."
A sneak peek at the new Clark Street protected lanes between Montrose and Irving Park
It appears people on bikes can look forward to a more relaxing, protected ride on this stretch of Clark, maybe as early as next week.
Joshua Anleu Buendia, 16, fatally struck in Portage Park, was one of five people killed while biking in Chicago this year
His case was one of three Chicagoland bike fatalities reported by local news outlets this week.
At TransAlt’s Vision Zero Cities conference in NYC, a window on what robust congestion pricing could do for Chicago
Making a congestion charging zone happen in Chicago will take effort, but the numbers make it clear the work would be worth it.