In the fall we asked people to send us their best haikus related to cycling, walking and public transportation.
So you’ve probably heard people from Portland, Oregon or New York City sharing details about all the great biking and walking advocacy efforts happening in their respective cities.
In response to a recent article in the Chicago Sun-Times that highlighted one retired traffic engineer's opposition to the Ashland Ave.
Last night, Active Trans held a party to show appreciation for our legion of dedicated volunteers.
Share your experiences biking, walking or using public transportation in Chicagoland in the form of a haiku! This is the final week for Active Trans' haiku contest.
Ever felt that your time biking, walking and using transit deserved a haiku?
Writing a haiku is easy: five syllables in the first line, seven syllables in the second, and five syllables in the third. Like this:
Got ideas for haikus that focus on biking, walking and transit use? For the next several weeks, Active Trans is holding a haiku contest.
As part of its research for a Trail Master Plan, the Cook County Forest Preserve District is asking people to take survey about its trails.
Active Trans member Karin Evans has been biking to work in Chicago's Western Suburbs for nearly five years. She loves using Metra and riding the Illinois Prairie Path as part of her commute.