Your NPR news source
Chicago Blizzard One Year Later

In this Monday, Jan. 30, 2012 photo, evening commuter traffic moves smoothly on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago.

Kiichiro Sato

Are There Bigger Changes Needed On Lake Shore Drive?

As the debate over the name change continues, Reset brings on two transportation writers to discuss how Lake Shore Drive could be improved. The iconic highway has been a staple to the Windy City’s development, second maybe only to the skyline. But what if we could repurpose it and find a way to squeeze in more green space?

GUESTS: Mary Wisniewski, Chicago writer and author

John Greenfield, co-editor of StreetsBlog Chicago

More From This Show
Finances aren’t the only factor at play—health, boredom, purpose, and more all contribute to decisions about when to clock out of the work life.
The podcast “Change Agents” focuses on growing homeownership of Black and brown Chicagoans in an upcoming episode.
90-plus degree days expected through the end of the week.