Active Trans applauds the City of Chicago's Bicycling Ambassadors on another terrific season of bicycle education and outreach.
On Monday, October 8, the Chicago Tribune ran a story by Dawn Turner Trice featuring a personal profile of Active Trans staff member Cynthia Bell.
Foremost Rutgers U. researcher and good friend of Active Trans John Pucher has a terrific new book coming soon on bicycling in cities.
A new study published in the Journal of Urban Health provides us with yet another good reason for cities bankrolling ciclovias.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Only two days until everyone will see seven blocks and five lanes of Chicago's grand State Street transformed into a ciclovia (spanish fo
Remember this scene from “The Big Lewbowski”?
The League of Illinois Bicyclists and Active Transportation Alliance are partnering with Saris Cycling Group, a manufacturer of bicycle racks and cycling training products, to launch a poster conte
The New York Times claims that high-end health club memberships are falling faster than a stack of w
Dateline: January 20th, Winter Bike to Work Day