Chicago’s e-scooter program is zooming ahead, but equity gaps remain
The city’s e-scooters are seeing increased use, but ridership lags in the city’s Black and Brown neighborhoods
County, CDOT hosted bike ride to look at the strengths and weaknesses of SE Side bike infrastructure
Feedback from the ride and an online survey will be used for the Lake Calumet Bike Network Study.
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.
Exit interview: Outgoing CDOT chief Gia Biagi discusses her tenure as transportation chief
Biagi said the Lightfoot administration deserves credit for over 1,000 pedestrian safety upgrades at intersections, and making infrastructure planning more equitable.
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.
CDOT just installed a Neighborhood Greenway on Wellington in Avondale. Why did it happen 6 years after the alder asked for it?
Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35th) submitted a request for the greenway in 2017, but says CDOT didn't take action until he helped them with other bike lane projects.
As usual, People for Bikes’s rock-bottom Chicago ranking is silly. But pushing us to lower speed limits and build a citywide protected bike lane network makes sense.
CDOT explains how new TDM requirements will impact future developments
On Tuesday, the Chicago Department of Transportation hosted a webinar providing an overview and guidelines for compliance with Travel Demand Study and Management Plan (TDM) Requirements.
CDOT: Leavitt greenway will be an important new low-stress street connection
On Monday evening, CDOT staff and reps from the 32nd, 40th, and 47th ward offices presented details for the planned Leavitt Street Neighborhood Greenway project.
Residents turn out in force to support upcoming protected bike lanes on Milwaukee Ave. in West Town/Logan
A huge crowd turned out at the Bucktown-Wicker Park library on Monday for the Chicago Department of Transportation’s public meeting about new protected bike lanes planned for Milwaukee Avenue.