CPD: Driver caused death of Aurea Gutierrez, 31, in the West Loop early Sunday morning, fled the scene
While CPD's Community Alert described this as a pedestrian fatality, the crash report says Aurea Gutierrez was on the roof of an SUV before the driver hit a chain link fence.
Take a virtual ride on the new Leavitt Street Greenway
The route is partially finished between Diversey Parkway and Montrose Avenue, and it will soon extend to Berwyn Avenue.
At Chicago Mobility Collaborative meeting in Belmont Cragin, CDOT says 2023 has been a big year for walk/bike/transit
"2023 has been a really incredible year in Chicago when it comes to complete streets and safe streets infrastructure," said David Smith, Complete Streets director.
The CTA can’t afford to let electric buses hold up reliable service
Transit advocates and elected leaders should make it clear that while electric buses are a nice bonus, they can’t get in the way of more frequent and reliable service.
Stretch of Leland in Uptown where Lily Shambrook, 3, was fatally struck last year, is getting safety upgrades
The street is not getting major bikeway improvements, but hopefully planned curb bump-outs will lead to safer driver behavior.
Equiticity is about to relaunch BikeForce, its e-bike mechanics classes, for second year
The program is designed to teach participants about new technologies, with the goal of providing education and work opportunities.
How can we better link the Far Southeast Side’s disconnected network of public parks?
Chicago's Southeast Side possesses a natural wealth of lakefront and wetlands, but people on bikes can't yet safely access it.
Hit-and-run car driver killed male pedestrian, 56, on stretch of Independence crossing Eisenhower
The crash report says the responding officers were unable to find Police Observation Device cameras that recorded the incident.
Building speed for bus rapid transit: A conversation with Commuters Take Action’s Olivia Gahan
How could BRT transform public transportation in Chicago, and what it will take to make it happen?
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.