The Dutch take on Chicago’s Streets: Free events Sept. 26 & 27

The Dutch take on Chicago’s Streets: Free events Sept. 26 & 27

Don’t miss two free events on Sept.

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago and Evanston bike counts

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago and Evanston bike counts

Help document the need for innovative bicycle infrastructure in Chicago and Evanston!

It's not too late to help redefine North Lake Shore Drive!

It's not too late to help redefine North Lake Shore Drive!

How the next generation reveals the future of transportation in Chicago

How the next generation reveals the future of transportation in Chicago

Some recent news stories reinforce how important it is for Chicagoland to begin building now to meet the transportation needs of the next generation.

Coalition calls for a bold vision for reconstruction of North Lake Shore Drive

Coalition calls for a bold vision for reconstruction of North Lake Shore Drive

Active Trans is part of a coalition of 15 regional organizations that today released a civic plat

Share your thoughts about statewide bike plan on Tuesday, July 9

Share your thoughts about statewide bike plan on Tuesday, July 9

Do you wish there were more safe streets for cycling in Illinois? We certainly do.

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago bike count July 23 and 27

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago bike count July 23 and 27

Help raise awareness of bike issues by documenting the demand for more bikeways in Chicago!

How we wait for red lights

How we wait for red lights

With more people biking every day and the city investing more in

Public perceptions of Chicago's Lakefront Trail point to opportunities for improvement

Public perceptions of Chicago's Lakefront Trail point to opportunities for improvement

Chicago’s Lakefront Trail is the busiest trail in the United States, with peak daily usage reaching 30,000 people at key points.

How would you spend $1 million in your ward?

How would you spend $1 million in your ward?

Four Chicago wards (5th, 45th, 46th and 49th) are using participatory budgeting to give you the chance to vote on how to spend $4 million on local infrastructure.

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