The event was organized by a coalition of advocacy organizations committed to ensuring all Chicagoans can safely traverse the city car-free, year-round.
It's time for a walk through history. It was never easy to park, so don't listen to today's whiners.
On today's episode of The Brake, though, we spoke with Mayor John Bauters of Emeryville, Calif., who's making massive progress to make streets safer, greener and more equitable in his small town — and sharing lessons in leadership that can scale to even the biggest cities.
Alameda County's Hesperian Boulevard Project in San Lorenzo is a sop pretending to be a multi-modal, safety project
If Chicago mayoral candidates don't like automated enforcement, that's fine – as long as they have a realistic alternative proposal for preventing traffic deaths.
Where many suburbs currently only allow single-family homes with large lawns, the new rules will require new zoning districts "of reasonable size," and generally within a half-mile of transit stops, where builders would be allowed to construct at least 15 homes per acre.