2019 was a year of new beginnings in Chicago, and transportation was no exception.
Advocates say yes—and that they have the stats to prove it.
The year in review in federal—and local—transportation news.
Income from ads, sponsorship, and operations went up while losses went down.
The culprit? A short-sighted decision to remove a critical piece of security hardware from Chicago’s docking stations.
Short answer: not really.
Lyft is buying Motivate, the private company which operates Chicago’s bike-share system, according to a report.
You don’t need to find a dock to rent these bikes, which you find and rent using an app.
Dockless bike-share companies that met with the city recently fear LimeBike, whose board includes Rahm’s former top adviser, could have a leg up.
Kerdia Roland is an African-American food courier with some thoughts on increasing ridership in communities of color.
Speeding up bus service and reducing costs for lower-income residents would soften the blow.
The latest development in the shared-mobility boom may soon arrive in Chicago, sparking concerns about street clutter, equity, and Divvy disruption.
Twenty years after the influential monthly bike rides launched, Chicago is a far more bike-friendly city.
A new study recommends ways to break down the barriers to Chicago’s bike-share program.
Chicago should consider adding adaptive cycles to its bike-share program.