The culprit? A short-sighted decision to remove a critical piece of security hardware from Chicago’s docking stations.
After a bad week for bike crashes, cyclists urged city officials to take action
The latest development in the shared-mobility boom may soon arrive in Chicago, sparking concerns about street clutter, equity, and Divvy disruption.
In response to criticism of Chicago’s traffic fatality prevention plan, CDOT is now gathering community input.
A new Chicago law requiring vehicle side guards and safety mirrors will help prevent future tragedies.
Some transportation advocates wonder if the city’s strategy to eliminate traffic crashes has enough teeth to achieve its ambitious goals.
Police said cyclist Louis Ray Smith “swerved into” a car before he was killed—but we’ve heard only the driver’s side of the story.
Everyone hates walking on icy sidewalks, and the city is broke. So why won’t officials step up enforcement?