Reports

You can view Active Transportation Alliance reports here.

The crash report includes data from years 2004-2007. It is presented here as an overview of the current numbers of overall crashes for all types, as well as bicycle and pedestrian crashes. With this first report as a baseline, we can achieve the strategies outlined in our 20-year vision:

Our 20-year Vision outlines our strategies, outcomes and benchmarks.We envision the region with half as many crashes and where half of all trips are made by walking, biking and transit.

The Parking Market: How Chicago’s metered parking concession affects active transportation

We have reissued our report on Chicago’s metered parking concession. The Parking Market: How Chicago’s metered parking concession affects active transportation includes new information that Active Trans obtained through conversations with the City’s Department of Revenue and through parts of the concession that previously were unavailable.

Throughout the swirl of reports and back talk on the increasing price of Chicago’s parking meters, Active Trans was there to provide a unique perspective: pricing parking meters correctly is good public policy. Using the revenue to invest in walking, biking and transit is even better policy. When executed properly, charging the market rate price to park will lead to cleaner air, safer streets and less congestion. Read the report here.

This study compares four cities and their respective transportation challenges and strengths. It details current Chicago policy, carbon emissions, travel time and areas for improvement.

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