Chicago’s dearth of accessible signals is “a huge pain in the ass,” says legally blind artist and musician Andy Slater.
Dibs is just an excuse to privatize public parking through implied threats. We need to eradicate it.
In some ways the city’s surprise announcement last month that it’s spending $17 million in funds from Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Chicago Works infrastructure program to build or upgrade 100 miles of bike lanes in 2021 and 2022 was welcome news. But there are also some disappointing aspects of the plan, which I’ll get to in […]
Survey data and the vote breakdown on DuSable Drive showed a sharp racial divide in support.
Yes, it’s part of the tragic gutting of the Tribune. But John Kass’s departure is still good news.
Biden’s $2T infrastructure package would dramatically beef up funding for transit, vehicle electrification, and Amtrak.
Renaming the landmark for Chicago’s Black founder would be a game-changer, but we can still also refer to Lake Shore Drive by its iconic appellation.
The span includes a special portal to Chicago’s strict Orthodox community.
Fire pits, winter sports, and other ideas to lift your spirits this winter
Cycling, sightseeing, and snacking from Rogers Park to Edison Park, Mount Greenwood to Hegewisch
A newly expanded guide to chill cycling routes in the city and beyond
Would an East Bay-style Slow Streets program be beneficial in Chicago during the coronavirus crisis? It depends on whom you ask.
Thoughtful transportation advocacy requires intersectionality and a willingness to listen.
NYC sped up buses by limiting cars’ access. Let’s do that in Chicago.
2019 was a year of new beginnings in Chicago, and transportation was no exception.