NYC sped up buses by limiting cars’ access. Let’s do that in Chicago.
And are we at risk of having a motorhead as mayor?
FOIA’d documents show the $41 million project has had only a modest impact on bus speeds.
If bus rapid transit and pedestrianized streets can work in Colombia, why not here?
Off-board fare collection would shorten travel times on the downtown bus corridor.
Mexico City’s Metrobús offers a glimpse of how fast, reliable BRT could work on Ashland Avenue.
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.