"The signal timing has indeed changed, sometime in May (I can look back through my texts to the alderman's office, Mell/33rd, about it to see the exact time I noticed it). And it hasn't been changed for the better. In fact, I think…"
We will be honoring a fallen cyclist by the name of Jezniah Smith with his family and friends at the intersection of Division and Sacramento (Chicago IL) This will be a peaceful gathering to help community members, family, and friends mourn a kind and gentle soul gone too soon. We invite all to attend, bring flowers or candles. I ask that you please consider contributing to the go fund me page to help the family pay final expenses. …See More
I have written numerous articles against the lockbox amendment, for exactly these reasons. The constitution is to protect peoples' rights, not a specific funding priority.
I think that Active Transportation Alliance is…"
"I've updated the Chicago Bike Infrastructure Resources page on my website, Streetsblog Chicago, to include a permanent place for information about reporting bad taxi, Lyft, and Uber drivers.
Unfortunately there is no information…"
"I told CDOT about it last night and someone there replied this morning saying they are aware and have notified the contractor to fix it.
From what little I know about this situation, these green squares are applied to a heated asphalt (heated…"
"Absolutely submit it to the Close Call Database. I shut mine down earlier this year and I hope they've built a sustainable system to collect and publicize close calls. Close calls are almost as intimidating to potential new cyclists as actual…"
ROAD TRIP: Slow Roll Chicago Goes To Slow Roll Detroit And, now it's our turn to return the favor... #SlowRollCHI is bringing the #Chicago flavor to our #slowrolldet family. We hit #Detroit for their North American Bicycle Week Expo (3/25 -3/29) and their first Slow Roll Detroit ride of the 2015…See More
"Thank you, everyone, for the updates. Please keep the photos coming on Monday so Active Transportation Alliance, the Chicago Park District, CDOT (who is building the Navy Pier Flyover by Grand Ave.), and regular path users know what's up. "