Transportation and mobility justice work has the potential to play a big role in shifting things for the better if we are able to do it right.
West Side residents made it clear that they don't want Vision Zero to lead to traffic stops being used as an excuse to conduct searches.
If we can reflect diverse cultural backgrounds and experiences in biking through language, art, and music, we can open the doors for more people to be part of biking culture.
As climate change progresses, all rapid transit systems will have to figure out how to keep overheated tracks from delaying trains and maintain non-sweltering temperatures inside stations.
While biking in Chicago requires preparation, in small Mexican towns cycling the natural way to do short trips and errands.
We can't have truly livable cities if immigrants don’t feel safe walking down the street or riding transit.
Whether it's so-called "Latino Urbanism" -- arranging front yards like living rooms -- or simply hanging out with friends on street corners, using public space to interact with others can foster neighborhood cohesion.
Students from Back of the Yards College Prep asked the new mayor to make riding the CTA free for students to encourage attendance and reduce car emissions.
Although a vocal minority of detractors spoke against the 100-percent affordable development by the Logan Blue Line stop, 78 percent of attendees voted to support the plan.
Lugo discussed why cities need to pay as much attention to the "software" of community relationships as the hardware of transportation infrastructure.