Clients and Testimonials

We have worked with a variety of clients, including:

  • Alsip
  • Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT)
    • Bureau of Traffic Bikeways Program
    • Bureau of Traffic Bicycle Parking Program
    • Bureau of Bridges and Transit
  • Chicago Area Transportation Study (CATS)
  • City of Evanston
  • Matteson School District 159
  • Minnesota Department of Transportation
  • North Central Council of Mayors
  • Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC)
  • Northwest Municipal Conference
  • South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association
  • Southwest Suburban Council of Mayors
  • Village of Downers Grove
  • Village of Oak Park
  • Village of Oak Lawn
  • Village of Palos Park
  • Village of Wilmette
  • Wauconda School District 118
  • West Central Council of Mayors

What others are saying about us

“The Chicagoland Bicycle Federation (now the Active Transportation Alliance) provided the City of Chicago with an impressive level of expertise as consultants for Chicago's Bike 2015 Plan. This plan is far-reaching in its scope and innovative in its vision. The Chicagoland Bicycle Federation seamlessly came aboard and continue to be critical in the plan's execution."  Ben Gomberg, Bike Program, City of Chicago

“Evanston benefited from their work implementing its exciting bike plan and bike parking plan.  In addition to this important planning work, the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation (now the Active Transportation Alliance) assisted in researching bicyclists volumes, funding opportunities and bike signage. The staff’s work is invaluable as Evanston advances its visions of becoming a biking and walking community.” Rajeev Dehal, Evanston

“The City of Crown Point contracted with Chicagoland Bicycle Federation (now the Active Transportation Alliance) in February 2007 for completion of a Crown Point Bikeway Plan.  The plan was completed in less than one year, during which many public forums and meetings were held with city administration.  The Crown Point Bikeway Plan was well received and will provide both residents and city administration with goals and structure as our city moves forward.” Julie Johnson, Park Director for Crown Point

 

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