The Chicago Department of Transportation recently announced that its first nine speed cameras had done something remarkable: Reduced speeding at those locations by 65 percent in less than two month
Metra Interim Executive Director Don Orseno was remarkably contradictory in recent weeks about the transit agency’s priorities.
Earlier today, a proposal was floated by a Chicago alderman to charge a $25 annual licensing fee for bikes in Chicago to help raise money for the city.
The recent controversy over the resignation of former Metra executive director Alex Clifford is seriously compromising the ability of Metra to address the important issues affecting the quality of
The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is still accepting comments on the first ever Illinois Bike Plan, which will focus on state policy, state roads and regional trails.
Chicago’s Divvy bike-sharing system opened for business last night at a (wet) launch party at Daley Plaza where dozens of Divvy members — including me — took inaugural rides.