With the 2015 municipal elections in Chicago approaching, we have asked candidates running for mayor and alderman in all 50 of the city’s wards to respond to a candidate questionnaire on bike
Based upon input from thousands members and supporters from across the region, Active Trans has released its 2
Last month we shared Megan William’s story of recovering from a hor
Chicagoland has much work to do when it comes to compliance with the Must Stop for Pedestrians law, which requires people driving to stop whenever a pedestrian has entered a crosswalk.
With the peak biking season in high gear, you may be looking for a secure place to lock your bike, particularly while at work.
While riding my bike to work last week, a delivery truck driver coming from the other direction illegally turned left in front of me, making my heart skip a beat and forcing me to stop suddenly.
We want more people
On Wednesday, October 9, schools across the country celebrated International Walk to School Day. Many schools in the Chicagoland region participated, and Active Trans was able to support a num
With summer approaching and warm weather finally here, I'm thrilled to see more people walking and riding bikes on my daily commute to work.
The Chicago Tribune presents two very different versions of the city’s proposed bike safety ordinance.