Artist Jenny Kendler keeps both style and the environment in sight.
A newly expanded guide to chill cycling routes in the city and beyond
Thoughtful transportation advocacy requires intersectionality and a willingness to listen.
The Trump administration still threatens sustainable infrastructure, but 2017 brought improvements to Chicago’s streets, transit hubs, and bikeways.
A proposed ordinance aims to ensure new recreation trails and transit-oriented development don’t force out longtime residents.
Also, the battle over gentrification around the 606 has intensified.
A project created to protect artists from displacement joins the force it was meant to fight.
Neighbors want affordable housing support to buffer rails-to-trails project.
The trail would be safer if more people were using it at night.
Milestones in Chicago’s year in transportation included the Riverwalk extension, the 606, the Divvy expansion, and Loop Link.
Longtime residents of Humboldt Park, Logan Square, and other areas around the highly anticipated 606 project are organizing to make sure they’re not priced out of their neighborhoods.