Opponents—including Fifth Ward alderman Leslie Hairston—argue the lanes would cause traffic jams, while supporters say they’re a needed safety improvement.
Everyone hates walking on icy sidewalks, and the city is broke. So why won’t officials step up enforcement?
While Chicago’s express bus route had an underwhelming debut, trip times seem to be improving.
Milestones in Chicago’s year in transportation included the Riverwalk extension, the 606, the Divvy expansion, and Loop Link.
IDOT isn’t seriously considering this option, but they should be.
Deloris Lucas has spent years campaigning for a sidewalk on 130th Street. Thanks to a new CDOT study, her efforts may finally get some traction.
Fed up with hostility towards walkable, transit-friendly development, newer residents launch their own community group.
The state said it was about safety, but others now point to politics.
They’re there to protect everyone.