Planning

Active Trans' take on the GO TO 2040 Plan

What does Active Trans make of the new regional GO TO 2040 long-range plan from the Chicago Metropolitan

Need for more bike facilities at 31st Street Harbor?

One of our favorite local planning blogs, Steven can plan, reviews the

Proposed bike path would link Oak Lawn to Cal-Sag

The Reporter reports on the draft Oak Lawn Bicycle Plan, prepared & presented by your friend

Redrawing the American (suburban) city

Five or six of the region's top city planners now work for towns in the Chicago Southland; traditionally, the Southland has been like the La Brea Tar Pits for municipal planners (who, admittedly, a

Chicagoland Bike Map makers coming to you!

We are loading up our panniers and headed to the suburbs to meet Active Trans members and get feedback about the regional bike map! We are working on an update that will be published in April

First Bike Map Update Meeting a Big Success

Thanks to a stellar cast of Active Trans members, staff, and all-around-town bike riders, the kick-off meeting for the Regional Bike Map Update was a big success.

A suburb without cars

Germany is showing the world that it is possible to plan a suburb where pedestrians and bicyclists have priority.

Soles and Spokes Workshop

Learn the basic steps of developing and implementing a local bikeway network. This half-day workshop will focus on both the technical aspects of route selection and on current facility designs.