Thoughtful transportation advocacy requires intersectionality and a willingness to listen.
Advocates say the next head of the Active Transportation Alliance should be a person of color.
The Trump administration still threatens sustainable infrastructure, but 2017 brought improvements to Chicago’s streets, transit hubs, and bikeways.
In response to criticism of Chicago’s traffic fatality prevention plan, CDOT is now gathering community input.
Slow Roll Chicago and other transportation activists call on the crash-elimination movement to confront systemic racism.
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.
It’s important to reduce traffic crashes, but homicides are a more urgent problem.
Equity became an increasingly important concern for decision makers and activists.
It’s time to get serious about fixing the street between Schiller and Chicago.
African-Americans disproportionately face challenges when it comes to transportation access, costs, and safety.
The Vision Zero initiative brings the possibility of more encounters between police and people using the streets.