protected bike lanes
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.
Thanks to lobbying by advocates, CDOT boosts the PBL mileage for Lincoln Avenue Streetscape
Granted, CDOT originally only planned to build a single block of bike lanes, but a little over half a mile is still an improvement.
39th Ward PB election funds a half mile of protected bike lanes on Montrose between Pulaski and Kostner in Irving Park
It's not a bad location for protected lanes since this part of Montrose, a mostly two-lane street, connects with Elston Avenue, a diagonal crosstown cycling route.
Enthusiasm for curbs: Advocates applaud CDOT’s upgrades to protected lanes, suggest more improvements
Take a virtual ride on the new Augusta Boulevard protected bike lanes
Plus CDOT Commissioner Gia Biagi gives her final speech on building safe infrastructure before she leaves the job this Friday.
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.
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.
Open house on proposed new Milwaukee PBLs on 6/26, “Small but loud anti-bike crowd have been raising hell”
There's no excuse for not building protected more bike lanes on Milwaukee Avenue in order to prevent future fatalities.