Submitted by su-administrator on Wed, 07/09/2014 - 11:00
The village of University Park, in the far south suburbs of Chicago, recently installed a new pedestrian bridge that will make a big difference in the community.
The bridge will make it easier for children to get to their schools on bikes and on foot and eliminate an unnecessary bus route, saving the Crete-Monee School District thousands of dollars each year.
Submitted by su-administrator on Tue, 06/17/2014 - 16:09
Three-foot-wide striped bike lanes and “share the road” markings may provide enough security for the 10 percent of people who are already strong and confident cyclists.
But what about the other 90 percent of people -- those who need more protection from cars in order to cycle without feeling anxious?
Active Trans believes that providing these 90 percent with “next-generation” bike facilities will increase confidence and allow for safer, more frequent cycling trips.
That’s the focus of our newest campaign, Family-Friendly Bikeways.
Submitted by su-administrator on Wed, 05/14/2014 - 06:14
What is Bike Walk Every Town?
Walkable communities, high quality bike lanes and easy-to-use public transportation: These are not pipe dreams, but attainable goals that will make our region cleaner, healthier and more livable.
Submitted by su-administrator on Mon, 08/06/2012 - 14:51
The Village of Homewood has installed bikeways throughout the community.
Submitted by su-administrator on Fri, 05/25/2012 - 10:54
After working with Active Trans for the past year on creating an active transportation plan and a Complete Streets policy, the Riverdale Village Board unanimously approved these two initiatives.
Submitted by su-administrator on Thu, 05/17/2012 - 17:54
Do you live or work in Midlothian? If so, your input is needed on future walking and biking options in the community.
Submitted by su-administrator on Fri, 06/08/2012 - 16:35
Submitted by su-administrator on Tue, 12/13/2011 - 10:41
This past Friday morning, I stood on the 11th floor of the USA Bank building, that icon of the Bishop Ford at 111th St.—with at least a 30-mile view of the patchy, sometimes flowering, someti
Submitted by su-administrator on Wed, 10/26/2011 - 13:34