The Chicago Transit Authority is considering several options for how to modernize its century-old Red and Purple Lines on Chicago’s North Side and in Evanston, and this week officials revealed that some of those options would involve closing stations.
Phase one of the multi-year project to repair Chicago’s Wacker Drive is finished. It's part of the Revive Wacker Drive project. But new construction underway this week is still giving plenty of drivers headaches.
Fixed gear, single speed, cruiser, recumbent, in-tandem—regardless of the model, bicycling as transportation, recreation, politics, and culture contributes to urban form, contemporary life, and place-making.
With gas prices in high gear and everybody going, biking in Chicago has become more popular than ever. Whether pedal pushing for transportation or recreation, get the lowdown on biking in the City of Big Shoulders.
Reconnecting Neighborhoods, a new project that invites residents of three Chicago neighborhoods (Near North, Near West and Mid-South) to participate in planning the future of their communities, hosted three meetings on the Mid-South Side on Feb. 20, Feb. 27 and March 5.