What should Chicago do about cyclists who don’t play by the rules?
Advocates say yes—and that they have the stats to prove it.
Bureaucracy has halted the installation of new bike racks since 2016, a former city consultant said.
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.
The city should beef up transit instead of widening roads and eating up parkland.
The new “Blueprint for Autonomous Urbanism” seeks to ensure self-driving vehicles do cities more good than harm.
What’s the holdup?
Community input and outreach are crucial for avoiding resentment from noncyclists.
They plan to lobby decision makers and possibly file a class action lawsuit.
It’s time to get serious about fixing the street between Schiller and Chicago.
The gear can save lives by preventing cyclists from falling under the wheels.
Popular biking corridors like Milwaukee Avenue have turned into dangerous places to ride.
Chicago’s high fatality rate complicates the issue.
Opponents—including Fifth Ward alderman Leslie Hairston—argue the lanes would cause traffic jams, while supporters say they’re a needed safety improvement.
IDOT isn’t seriously considering this option, but they should be.