On May 19, the south portion of the Red Line will be closed from Chinatown/Cermak Station to the 95th Street terminal while the tracks are replaced.
Four Chicago wards (5th, 45th, 46th and 49th) are using participatory budgeting to give you the chance to vote on how to spend $4 million on local infrastructure.
We learned today that “Divvy” is the brand name for Chicago’s new bike-sharing program.
If you want safety and livability to be the priority on Chicago’s streets, here’s where the rubber meets the road.
Recently, 32nd Ward Alderman (and Neighborhood Bikeways Campaign supporter) Scott Waguespack asked the Wicker Park Committee, a neighborhood group, to conduct an advisory vote on potential protected bike lanes for Milwaukee Ave. The group voted 15-8 opposing, citing concerns about the need to remove parking in order to accommodate new barrier-protected lane design, which would make the street safer and more livable (not to mention better for business).
As yesterday’s Streetsblog article explains, a good way to bring more cars and tr
Oscar Aguilar was as surprised as anyone when he won this year’s MB Financial Bank Bike the Drive t-shirt contest with a landslide 69 percent of the vote