Getting charged up about the future of electric vehicles in Chicago
CDOT held its first of three public outreach meeting to devise a future plan for electric vehicles, services, and charging infrastructure.
50 years after it was promised, the South Red Line Extension is slated to get a $1.973B grant
And fortunately, despite what the news release stated, the RLE is still predicted to cut the commute time from 130th to the Loop by 30 minutes.
At Bike the Drive, Mayor Johnson promises better walk/bike/transit, riders thrill to a less car-centric DLSD
Mayor promises "abundant access to safe active transportation options", residents love biking DLSD largely without motor vehicle traffic
16 organizations sign letter to Mayor Johnson calling for a “a bold and visionary” CDOT chief
It's great to see a letter noting that while Gia Biagi helped create a safer, more equitable transportation system, the next CDOT chief must take larger steps in that direction.
See ya, Gia! Sustainable transportation advocates weigh in on departing CDOT chief Gia Biagi’s legacy
It appears many Streetsblog readers don't feel Biagi was bad at her job, but wish she'd had more freedom to take bold action.
Mayoral transition plan for transportation echoes priorities of advocates, including 20/10 mph speed limit
The transportation subcommittee that penned the corresponding section of the report includes members of Active Transportation Alliance, Access Living, and Better Streets Chicago.