Are fears of reckless cyclists just overblown?
The former mayor encountered ‘generosity and kindness,’ enjoyed Lake Michigan’s ‘clarity and vastness’—and popped a couple bicycle tubes.
E-mails reveal how the threat of a cyclist revolt convinced the city to end the de facto prohibition.
Chicago’s new wave of aldermen discuss transportation goals.
The city’s iconic elevated tracks, subways, and buses star in Hollywood flicks.
You can’t spell “contact high” without the CTA.
What should Chicago do about cyclists who don’t play by the rules?
And are we at risk of having a motorhead as mayor?
The election will likely decide the fate of Elon Musk’s plan for the O’Hare Express, which transit experts view with skepticism.
Fourteen years after machine alderman Berny Stone blocked a bike bridge for mysterious reasons, CDOT is finally breaking ground on the project.
It’s the city’s first-ever downtown roadway to honor an African-American woman; the cost is that Balbo’s street name remains intact.
Advocates say yes—and that they have the stats to prove it.
A taco shop at (almost) every el stop.
The year in review in federal—and local—transportation news.
A look at how exactly the city manages to clear the major streets so efficiently after a major snow event.