The committee responded to blowback against its inclusion of Washington, Lincoln, and Grant statues on the list for possible removal.
Advocates say yes—and that they have the stats to prove it.
The year in review in federal—and local—transportation news.
Cycle of injustice continues as blacks still ticketed at far higher rates for biking violations.
The Metra, RTA and Pace boards look more like the members of a country club than riders on a typical bus or rail car.
Slow Roll Chicago and other transportation activists call on the crash-elimination movement to confront systemic racism.
A new study recommends ways to break down the barriers to Chicago’s bike-share program.
Bike lanes are slated for Stony Island and other major streets leading to the park.
African-Americans disproportionately face challenges when it comes to transportation access, costs, and safety.
Fining a pauper the same as a Pritzker can cause unjust economic hardship.
Some residents are skeptical, but $5 annual memberships could win people over.
Following a Reader investigation into misconduct, the theater announced it has closed after 28 years.
Profiles Theatre artistic director Darrell W. Cox dismisses allegations of workplace abuse documented by the Reader.
Profiles Theatre actors and crew members break their 20-year silence.
Residents of struggling communities may not see biking as a priority, but black advocates say it can be part of the solution.