We were pleased to see the release of the first-ever Illinois Bike Transportation Plan earlier this week
In the past week, the state committed to funding a variety of important biking and pedestrian projects through the Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP). The 71 projects are recei
Juicy political scandals make for good reading, which is why media coverage of the Northeastern Illinois Pub
The Active Transportation Alliance today announced plans to launch a new summer-only bike share system called Skivvy.
To spur conversation about expanding the number of car-free public streets and plazas in Chicago, Active Trans just released a list of twenty streets and locations with strong potential.
Active Trans is meeting soon with the Chicago Department of Transportation’s new Commissioner, Rebekah Scheinfeld, and sharing our recommendations for CDOT’s priorities in the new year.
Protected bike lanes are one of the best tools we have to encourage more people to use bicycles as transportation.
Mayor Emanuel has selected CTA Senior Vice President Rebekah Scheinfeld to be the next Chicago Department of Transportation Commissioner.
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