Aesthetically the span is still a little rough around the edges, but this still marks a major milestone in the history of Chicago cycling infrastructure.
While Jahn reportedly ran a stop sign on his bike, all the facts of his death aren't clear yet, and he deserves our empathy.
City email dump includes reference to fears of “anarchists” posing as ride-hail drivers during protests Mass Transit looks at Chicago’s CTA COVID-19 vaccination bus program Teen driver of stolen car struck and killed Annette Odneal, 62, on Mother’s Day, fled (WGN) 2 drivers fatally struck Thompson Center architect Helmut Jahn on his bike near St. […]
Two Democratic senators want to give (almost) the same amount of funding to transit agencies to electrify nation’s bus fleet as President Biden promised to private drivers to electrify their cars.
Here are some of the walk/bike/transit-related proposals for the American Jobs Plan from Illinois’ Congressional representatives.
Illinois could fully reopen to “normal” by June 11, Pritzker says (Block Club) Metra plans to gradually add more train runs to its schedule as workplaces reopen (CBS) Canadian EV maker to build electric buses and trucks at new Joliet factory (Tribune) Lake County’s construction program features major intersection and resurfacing work (Tribune) Has the […]