The Dutch take on Chicago’s Streets: Free events Sept. 26 & 27

The Dutch take on Chicago’s Streets: Free events Sept. 26 & 27

Don’t miss two free events on Sept.

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago and Evanston bike counts

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago and Evanston bike counts

Help document the need for innovative bicycle infrastructure in Chicago and Evanston!

Share your thoughts about statewide bike plan on Tuesday, July 9

Share your thoughts about statewide bike plan on Tuesday, July 9

Do you wish there were more safe streets for cycling in Illinois? We certainly do.

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago bike count July 23 and 27

Volunteers needed for downtown Chicago bike count July 23 and 27

Help raise awareness of bike issues by documenting the demand for more bikeways in Chicago!

How we wait for red lights

How we wait for red lights

With more people biking every day and the city investing more in

Protected parking or protected people: What kind of Wicker Park do you want?

Protected parking or protected people: What kind of Wicker Park do you want?

If you want safety and livability to be the priority on Chicago’s streets, here’s where the rubber meets the road.

Recently, 32nd Ward Alderman (and Neighborhood Bikeways Campaign supporter) Scott Waguespack asked the Wicker Park Committee, a neighborhood group, to conduct an advisory vote on potential protected bike lanes for Milwaukee Ave. The group voted 15-8 opposing, citing concerns about the need to remove parking in order to accommodate new barrier-protected lane design, which would make the street safer and more livable (not to mention better for business).

Will spring construction bring protected bike lanes to Milwaukee Ave.?

Will spring construction bring protected bike lanes to Milwaukee Ave.?

Spring officially begins next week, and w

Five weeks until spring: Get ready for more than 16 miles of new bikeways!

Five weeks until spring: Get ready for more than 16 miles of new bikeways!

Spring officially begins on March 20 this year, just five week

Tell Gov. Quinn: Don't put the brakes on protected bike lanes and safer streets!

Tell Gov. Quinn: Don't put the brakes on protected bike lanes and safer streets!

Whether you're an 8-year-old child or 80-year-old grandmother, you should be able to ride a bike on your community's streets without fearing for your safety.

Wheeling adopts plan for improving walking, biking and access to transit

Wheeling adopts plan for improving walking, biking and access to transit

 

Congratulations to the Village of Wheeling for adopting an active transportation plan!

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