Woodstock students featured for their transportation work

Woodstock students featured for their transportation work

After months of hard work, students from Woodstock High School and McHenry West High School are presenting their final projects to the McHenry County Transportation Committee.

Tell EPA: Don’t block cleaner air and hundreds of millions of dollars for biking, walking and transit in the region

Tell EPA: Don’t block cleaner air and hundreds of millions of dollars for biking, walking and transit in the region

Funding for dozens of new transportation projects are at risk.

The case for open streets grows even stronger

The case for open streets grows even stronger

A new study published in the Journal of Urban Health provides us with yet another good reason for cities bankrolling ciclovias.

Biking to work nearly doubles over 5 years in the region

Biking to work nearly doubles over 5 years in the region

Between 2006 and 2010, the number of people who biked to work in metropolitan Chicago increased substantially, according to new survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Help spread the gospel of active transportation!

Help spread the gospel of active transportation!

The Active Transportation Alliance is looking for individuals from the North, West and South Suburban communities as well as within the City of Chicago to serve as members of our Volunteer Ambassad

Forest Park adopts active transportation plan

Forest Park adopts active transportation plan

On Monday evening, the Village of Forest Park adopted an active transportation plan.

Metra riders, are you feeling the crunch yet?

Metra riders, are you feeling the crunch yet?

Last month Riders for Better Transit worked hard to spread the word about chang

New Year, new laws

New Year, new laws

On January 1, several new state laws went into effect. Included among these are three Active Transportation Alliance initiatives.

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