Submitted by Maggie Melin on Thu, 01/03/2019 - 14:18
Submitted by Ted Villaire on Fri, 12/21/2018 - 14:28
There were plenty of attention-grabbing developments among the top active transportation stories of 2018.
Some of these developments helped make our streets safer and more inviting for people using active transportation, while others were intended to give more people access to better transportation options.
Here they are. If we missed an important story, please let us know in the comments below.
Submitted by Kyle Whitehead on Thu, 10/11/2018 - 10:14
Leaders from neighborhoods throughout the Chicago region agree that more state transportation dollars should be spent on biking and walking projects.
Submitted by Maggie Melin on Thu, 10/04/2018 - 17:22
Do you want better walking, biking and transit options in your community?
For people who walk, bike or ride transit in the suburbs, our transportation system is often neither safe nor welcoming.
Submitted by Matt Gomez on Fri, 09/07/2018 - 14:17
Despite a growing awareness of the long list of benefits that trails can provide to communities, many trails in Chicagoland continue to be poorly maintained and difficult to access with too many dangerous crossings at busy streets.
Submitted by Ron Burke on Mon, 08/13/2018 - 10:36
A new analysis shows the Chicago region has grown more car dependent since 1980, and that a different approach is needed to create healthier, more sustainable and more equitable communities.
Submitted by Kyle Whitehead on Wed, 08/01/2018 - 15:59
Cook County’s latest round of grant funding includes several exciting projects for people who walk, bike and ride transit in the city and suburbs.
Submitted by Steve Simmons on Mon, 07/09/2018 - 11:01
Submitted by Maggie Melin on Mon, 04/16/2018 - 12:56
Seven years ago, Dave Simmons from Elk Grove Village decided to turn his passion for riding bikes into a non-profit with a mission to get more people on their bikes. Through Friends of Cycling in Elk Grove (FCEG), Dave is determined to see more people riding not only for recreation, but also for transportation – to school, to work, to the grocery store, and beyond.
Submitted by Matt Gomez on Wed, 04/04/2018 - 15:02
Active Transportation Alliance is undertaking a new, broad-reaching advocacy campaign called Trail Connect Chicagoland to mobilize our members and supporters around our vision for a seamlessly connected regional trail network.
As one of the first steps in this new campaign, Active Trans recently convened grassroots advocates, allied organizations, local bike clubs, as well as federal, state and local government agencies to kick off a new regional coalition focused on trail advocacy.