Taking away people's licenses for failing to pay tickets doesn't necessarily make our streets safer, but it does cause economic hardship.
It almost makes you think it would make sense for the city to upgrade the bikeway to a physically protected micro-mobility lane.
ATA hosts week-long event aimed at creating better walking, biking, and transit in the suburbs Contrary to what Lyft-funded super-PAC says, ride-hail drivers are better off as employees (One Illinois) On of the twins, 14, struck by a driver while skateboarding in Elgin has died (NBC) Amid surge in carjackings, top cop to send in […]
We'll have a chance to see whether the change in ticketing protocols helps reduce the serious crash rate, and also whether it has any negative equity impacts.
17 of the 29 total miles of bikeways installed last year, or about 59 percent, were installed south of Marquette Drive.
CPD lieutenant sued city, alleging he was punished for refusing to meet illegal traffic stop quotas (CBS) New STB filing outlines areas of agreement between Metra, Amtrak in Union Station dispute (Trains.com) Girl, 13, killed, 4 injured after driver veers into oncoming traffic in Garfield Ridge (WGN) Robberies reported near CTA stations in Englewood (Sun-Times) New development […]