Ald. William Hall (6th): The best way to reduce car dependency is make neighborhoods more walkable, profitable, and appealing
"If you want to see less car use, then make the proposition that it wouldn’t make sense to leave my neighborhood."
The Far SW Side’s 19th Ward has almost no bike lanes, but it’s getting several more pedestrian islands
While the the district is getting almost no bike lanes as part of the Chicago cycling Strategy, this month it got some new pedestrian infrastructure.
Why doesn’t the 111th Street streetscape improvement project include bike improvements?
The two-lane street across the Mt. Greenwood community is designated as a "Bicycle-friendly route" by Google Maps, but the new project doesn't include any bike upgrades.
Thanks for the Damen bike lane CDOT, but umm…
Moving the southbound painted bike lane on Damen between Elston and Fullerton east of the lane for west-turning car drivers would make conditions safer for all road users.