Achieving harmony in a city of pedestrians, cyclists and drivers

September 6, 2011

Eight Forty-Eight

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How can cyclists, drivers and pedestrians live in harmony on Chicago's streets.

How can we make it safer for cars, bikes and pedestrians to get around the city? Eight Forty-Eight listeners offered their pedaling pet-peeves, vehicle vexations and on-foot frustrations. Adolfo Hernandez, the Director of Outreach and Advocacy for the Active Transportation Alliance, and Brent Johnston, who taught driver's ed at Hinsdale Central High School for 34 years and now co-chairs the Legislative Task Force for the Illinois High School & College Driver Education Association, joined the conversation.