Lakefront Trail

Lakefront trail conditions

Active Trans shares regular updates on Chicago’s Lakefront Trail conditions as a service to thousands of daily trail users.

Our updates cover trail conditions, events and activities that impact the trail, detours and trail-related news.

We gather our information from our staff, partners and everyday trail users.

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In addition to watching the news feed to the right, you can follow our updates through these avenues:

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New York City’s West Side Highway conversion

 As Chicago begins a long process to reconstruct North Lake Shore Drive, one of our city’s most iconic streets, the Active Transportation Alliance and a coalition of 15 civic organiz

Portland’s visionary approach to waterfront parks

As Chicago begins a long process to reconstruct North Lake Shore Drive, one of our city’s most iconic streets, the Active Transportation Alliance and a coalition of 15 civic organizations

Lakefront Trail Activities, Nov. 10&11

Permitted activities that may affect your use of the Lakefront Trail.

Sat., Nov. 10

Accessing the Lakefront Trail from Millennium Park

The Chicago Park District recently started construction on Maggie Daley Park and has fenced off a section of North Grant Park that many people had been pass

Lakefront trail users share priorities and experiences through Web survey

To help shape our advocacy efforts for improving the Lakefront Trail, Friends of the Lakefront Trail has been actively gather

Be prepared for Lakefront Trail closures during NATO Summit

Notice: This post was updated on Wednesday, May 16.

Second Lakefront Trail workshop brings together community of trail users

Twenty people came out recently to the Jackson Park Fieldhouse for Active Trans' second Friends of the Lakefront Trail Visioning Workshop, in

Lakefront Trail users share their vision for trail's future

Last night, 45 trail users packed the room at the Margate Park Fieldhouse for our first Friends of the Lakefront Trail Vision