Congratulatoins to Evanston for joining the growing list of Chicagoland communities that have adopted Complete Streets resolutions.
Residents of the 45th ward on Chicago's Northwest Side h
As part of Active Trans' Neighborhood Bikeways Campaign, staff from the organization recently visited the Friends of the Major Taylor Trail group to talk about changes that would make Vincennes Ave
The Lake County Department of Transportation is looking at opportunities for expanding and re-aligning U.S. Route 45 near Millburn Road and McDonald Woods Forest Preserve.
Getting around safely on foot is a major concern for older adults.
The Village of Kenilworth in Chicago's North Suburbs is in the early stages of creating a Green Bay Road Corridor and Streetscape Plan.
This blog post is one in a series of stories featuring some of the great things happening in suburban Chicago communities.
Active Trans was on hand this past weekend at Elder Lane Beach in Winnetka at the Alliance for the Great Lakes' Annual Beach Clean-Up.
On August 27, Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering and members of the community's city council unanimously accepted the Bike-Walk Highland Park 2030 Plan and asked for an ordinance to be drafted to
It makes an important difference when communities and jurisdictions adopt Complete Streets policies.