Every day in metro Chicago, an average of nearly 14 pedestrians are injured or killed as a result of getting hit by people driving cars.
Chicagoland has much work to do when it comes to compliance with the Must Stop for Pedestrians law, which requires people driving to stop whenever a pedestrian has entered a crosswalk.
Back in 2010-11 when Active Trans asked Chicago mayoral candidates to support a 100-mile network of protected bike lanes by 2015, many scoffed.
If a person bikes to the grocery store and the Census Bureau didn’t count it, did that person actually bike to the store?
Active Trans is excited with today’s announcement that Divvy landed a $12.5 million sponsorship arrangement
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.