Earth Rider Cycling closing in October after Five Years on Milwaukee Avenue
The closure of yet another local Chicago bike shop reflects a shifting and challenging market for small business owners.
Second Lake Calumet Bike Network Study ride discussed efforts to improve cycling connections for Roseland and Pullman
Once again, the goal was to get input from riders about how to improve bike safety in the area.
Phase 1 of Forest Park Branch Rehab will be mostly complete on 10/8. CTAction sees some issues with the plan.
The transit advocacy group has questions about post-project train frequency, ADA access during a coming weekend shutdown, and missing Train Tracker coverage.
Hit-and-run SUV driver killed Lidia Morales, 46, in 5900 block of South King, next to Washington Park
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.
Protected bike lanes are coming to Dearborn, Clark, and – maybe someday – Wells on Near North Side
Dearborn is getting northbound PBLs north of Kinzie, and Clark is getting southbound ones, but Wells Street will have to wait.
Taste of 79th Community Walk uses stroll with a New Orleans-style band to highlight corridor
Check it out: Now it’s safer to get on and off the 312 RiverRun from Belmont Avenue
One of the coolest new things on the on-street route is the treatment of Belmont near and over the Chicago River, by the southern trailhead of the north-south path.
Who’s to blame for the killing of a man on the sidewalk after two drivers crashed in West Ridge?
The police statement and crash report provide different accounts of which driver should have yielded, but a 6-lane street layout may have also played a role in the tragedy.