Good news from our nation's capital!
Do you love cycling?
Love Chicago and your local neighborhood?
Enjoy talking with people and being rewarded for your efforts?
With summer approaching and warm weather finally here, I'm thrilled to see more people walking and riding bikes on my daily commute to work.
Congratulations to the Village of Wheeling for adopting an active transportation plan!
Thanks to the efforts of many officials and residents, Evanston has been designated a Bicycle Fr
The Illinios Department of Transportation (IDOT) is developing a new state transportation plan. The new plan, which should be completed by the end of December, sets policy and identi
If you are reading this blog, you probably know that Active Transportation Alliance is concerned about distracted driving.
After hosting 50 Better Blocks workshops and educating hundreds of neighbors on how to make our streets safer for walking and biking, Active Trans’ Better Blocks team decided to do something
Today is a national day of action against proposed federal transportation bills in the House and Senate. If you believe public transit, walking and biking are fundamental, contact your U.S.
The City of Chicago is embarking on this plan to identify a network of bicycling facilities that will ensure all Chicagoans, from children riding to school to senior citizens riding to the grocery store, feel safe and comfortable riding their bike on the city’s streets.
We want your input! Come tell us how to improve your bicycling experience, where improvements are needed, and what would encourage you to bicycle in Chicago!
December 10th, Saturday
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
23 E. Madison St. ( storefront)
Three additional public meetings will be held later this winter.
Like us at http://www.facebook.com/StreetsForCycling2020 for additional meeting information.
(To request a reasonable accommodation, contact email@example.com or call 630-534-6400. At least 72 hours advance notice is required.) In the event of inclement weather, please check chicagobikes.org or Streets for Cycling Plan 2020 Facebook page for meeting rescheduling information.