Bike detour during Wells Street bridge reconstruction

Bike detour during Wells Street bridge reconstruction

On Monday, Nov. 5, the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) will close the Wells Street bridge over the Chicago River for a year for a major reconstruction project.

We want your input about bike events!

We want your input about bike events!

As someone familiar with the work of Active Trans, you know that we like to put on great events that engage more people in cycling.

Want to help make Chicago a better city? Play Chicago Advocacy Bingo!

Want to help make Chicago a better city? Play Chicago Advocacy Bingo!

Are you looking for ways to get more involved in improving biking, walking and transit in your neighborhood?

Lakefront Trail Activities October 27&28

Lakefront Trail Activities October 27&28

Permitted activities that may affect your use of the Lakefront Trail October 27&28, 2012

Saturday, October 27

Conference focuses on active transportation programs and policies in Indiana

Conference focuses on active transportation programs and policies in Indiana

 If you live in Indiana and are interested in learning how to achieve walkable, bikeable, transit-oriented neighborhoods, there’s a conference in Indianapolis you won’t want to mis

Enough is enough: Stop the transit cuts!

Enough is enough: Stop the transit cuts!

We are holding our breath waiting for the CTA to announce its 2013 budget. Are more service cuts or fare increases coming our way? 

Autumn brings more new bikeways all over Chicago

Autumn brings more new bikeways all over Chicago

Hold on to your handlebars!

Open house! Metra shares its strategic plan and talks about next year's budget

Open house! Metra shares its strategic plan and talks about next year's budget

Over the summer, Metra invited riders to review its strategic plan at a series of open houses.

High-speed rail on the fast track in Illinois

High-speed rail on the fast track in Illinois

On Monday U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood's Fast Lane blog featured the new high-speed rail route from Chicago to St. Louis. Below is an excerpt from Sec. LaHood's post:

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