History suggests a Victorian-era prejudice against commercial traffic in Chicago parkways lurks behind a ban against pickup trucks on Lake Shore Drive. Should truck owners worry? And, where can they park, anyway?
It's one of the great frustrations of urban life: the seemingly unending search for a parking space.Motorists drive themselves crazy circling the block looking for a place to park while wasting gas and polluting the air.But the city of San Francisco has turned to technology for help — it is testing
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Only around 1% of Chicago residents bike regularly for transportation. Some cyclists see themselves as an embattled minority, fighting for a safe space on roads that were not designed with them in mind.