So you’ve probably heard people from Portland, Oregon or New York City sharing details about all the great biking and walking advocacy efforts happening in their respective cities.
Residents of the 45th ward on Chicago's Northwest Side h
In response to a recent article in the Chicago Sun-Times that highlighted one retired traffic engineer's opposition to the Ashland Ave.
This record-cold weather has us dreaming of summer — and maybe a nice bike ride along the Indiana Dunes.
Recently, we at Active Trans asked our members to share with us a few of their recent experiences with Metra as 2014 kicked off.
Active Trans is meeting soon with the Chicago Department of Transportation’s new Commissioner, Rebekah Scheinfeld, and sharing our recommendations for CDOT’s priorities in the new year.
Too often when spotting a problem on the street w
Active Trans welcomes Liz Corrado, our new intern supporting Women Bike Chicago (WBC). We are hosting Corrado to support WBC’s efforts to educate and encourage more women in Chicago to c