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Alisa Hauser
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Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Argonne69 Oct 31.

What do you think of the new "dashed" bike lane markings in Wicker Park?
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Hi! I am a reporter for DNAinfo (and bike commuter) and doing a short post on the new bike lane markings along Milwaukee between Division and Western.Work started on Tuesday and the project is not…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Henri Sep 6.

Tour de Fat - Are You Still Going?
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Hi, all,  I am a reporter possibly/mulling writing about the changes at Tour de Fat. While I love Northerly Island, I was unaware it would cost $20-$30 to go and that there would be no bike parade.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bob Kastigar Jul 20.

Your Divvy overage fees: Has it been worth the $ spent, why or why not?
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Hi, Chainlinkers!I am a semi-frequent Divvy user and DNAinfo reporter doing a story on Divvy overage fees and whether you think paying the fees has been worth it, and if so, how do you justify it to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Allan May 13.

 

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Alisa Hauser replied to Tom A.K.'s discussion Thank You Alisa Hauser - Cycling Community Reporter!
"aww, thank you, Tom!"
Nov 3
Argonne69 replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"They tore off the surface layer on Kingsbury between Grand and Ohio St over a week ago, and it remains unpaved. Watching the cars weave around the sewer covers is liking watching cars pull out of a Grateful Dead concert. They did that on Kingsbury…"
Oct 31
Argonne69 replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"Any information on Wells St? It was clear sailing today, but honestly, the entire stretch from Wacker to Van Buren needs to be resurfaced. The one block stretch from Adams to Jackson is downright dangerous. However, with the renovation of the Quincy…"
Oct 27
David P. replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"I take Dearborn from Kinzie to Randoplph on my way to Millennium Station every morning. I understand that streets need to be resurfaced, but when the asphalt was being milled on Thursday (?) morning and the bike lanes (and all but one of the other…"
Oct 27
Alisa Hauser replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"thank you"
Oct 26
Maurice replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"Neighborhood Notice: Dearborn Street Infrastructure Improvements Source:  Alderman Brian Hopkins –  2nd Ward Please be aware of an upcoming resurfacing project on Dearborn Street between Chicago Avenue and the Chicago River…"
Oct 26
Alisa Hauser replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"thanks, Anne! you too!"
Oct 26
Anne Alt replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"There's also utility construction affecting Monroe from Dearborn to State and State from Madison to Monroe. It's a big freakin' mess right now, with lane closures, construction equipment and lots of steel plates. Be extra careful out…"
Oct 26
Argonne69 replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"Yes, there was a stretch on Well St the other day. I decided to use Dearborn today, and it was torn up from Kinzie to Wacker. It was only a 1 block stretch for, so it wasn't too bad. It appears that the resurfacing continued north from Kinzie,…"
Oct 26
Alisa Hauser replied to Alisa Hauser's discussion Downtown Construction On Dearborn, Wells and Larabee
"Hi- has anyone had issues on either of these three Downtown streets the past few days? We are possibly doing a story on it for DNAinfo.  A cyclist tweeted earlier that all three are torn up at moment and there are few other North-South routes…"
Oct 26
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Profile Information

What I ride:
Mountain, Divvy (bike share)
The kind of riding I do:
Recreational, Exercise, Commuting, Around Town
What brings you to The Chainlink?
I'm interested in reading about other people's cycling experiences in the city
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Lizzie Schiffman
About me:
neighborhood reporter covering Wicker Park and Bucktown for DNAinfo Chicago. I like to walk or bike around the city, shoot hoops and (try to) keep houseplants alive.
My other websites (twitter, facebook, pinterest, Google+, blogs, etc.):
http://twitter.com/DNA_WPB
My first bike:
A Schwinn. Insisted on taking the training wheels off after just a few rides and started a "revolution," as all the other little kids on our block then wanted theirs off too. According to my mom. I do not remember.

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At 6:44pm on February 1, 2015, Tom A.K. said…
Cool looking High-Visibility ('helmut') helmet Alisa !
At 7:46pm on January 21, 2015, Tom A.K. said…
Alisa, welcome to the Chainlink. I invite you to join our CL group, "The West Town Bike Gang". Because you live in the Wic.pk.,Bk.tw.,UK.vil.,Wt.,you qualify! We hopefully plan to be active in the spring. I hope you keep cycling and continue to build confidence riding in city traffic. It can be done. It gets easier. I've done it! It helps riding with others; partner, friend, or a group. I'm a follower of DnaInfo & appreciate the coverage of issues for our area. I sometimes use it as a source when posting a discussion on the CL. Again, welcome and if I, or anyone in the CL community can help just ask!
 
 
 

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