It would be great to see more people of color, as well as cyclists with disabilities, share their experiences of biking and what they’d like to see done to make our streets safer for them.
ATA applauds city’s plan for pop-up bus lanes on 79th Street & Chicago Avenue Scott Presslak: Metra must move beyond serving only white-collar suburban workers (ATA) As collisions between trains and drivers decline, pedestrian crashes holding steady (CBS) Mayoral candidate Willie Wilson proposed free CTA as part of a reparations ordinance (Sun-Times) Hinsdale, Western Springs […]
The rides promote public safety, wellness, and community spirit in a neighborhood that residents say has positive qualities that many Chicagoans overlook.
Anecdotally, it's appeared that Chicago had been part of the national pandemic biking boom, but now we've got some data to back up that hunch.
Streetsblog was pushing for pop-up bus lanes months ago when traffic was much lighter and there would have been less potential political backlash to repurposing mixed-traffic lanes but, hey, better late than never.
The Crusader wonders why the Red Line Extension wasn’t mentioned in eTOD report press release Tribune applauds Metra’s pandemic safety efforts and ridership restoration push Driver, 46, who was fatally shot in Lawndale crashed while fleeing, injuring person at bus stop (CBS) Driver, 21, killed in Wauconda after crossing lanes, head-on crash with delivery truck […]