Advocates say the next head of the Active Transportation Alliance should be a person of color.
E-mails reveal how the threat of a cyclist revolt convinced the city to end the de facto prohibition.
A taco shop at (almost) every el stop.
City officials and transportation advocates are moving to limit the potential downside of the powered two-wheel vehicles, documents show.
The Metra, RTA and Pace boards look more like the members of a country club than riders on a typical bus or rail car.
Benefits of increased cooperation could include fare integration and an alternative to the costly Red Line expansion.
The new “Blueprint for Autonomous Urbanism” seeks to ensure self-driving vehicles do cities more good than harm.
A rule change removed a requirement for curbside dropoffs. Bike advocates say the amendment endangers cyclists.
Slow Roll Chicago and other transportation activists call on the crash-elimination movement to confront systemic racism.
Community input and outreach are crucial for avoiding resentment from noncyclists.
Transit and biking could lose funding, but some say Trump’s infrastructure plan has merit.
Putting transportation revenue in a “lockbox” could make it harder to fund future travel modes.
The gear can save lives by preventing cyclists from falling under the wheels.
Chicago’s high fatality rate complicates the issue.
Connecting the airport to the southeast side could broaden the project’s appeal.