Posts tagged "City Cycling"

Perspectives on Chicago Bicyclist Fatalities:The Role of Education and Law

Perspectives on Chicago Bicyclist Fatalities:The Role of Education and Law
This is the third installment in a three-part series by guest author, John Brooking, a CyclingSavvy instructor.  (Part One and Part Two) In the last installment, we looked at problems with bike lanes in the door zone of parked cars and at intersections. National cycling education such as CyclingSavvy and Smart Cycling consistently teach active... Read more »

Cyclists Target of Rahm-PASS and Cynical Sniping

Sometimes I imagine myself as a real Tribune columnist, sitting in front of a window overlooking Michigan Avenue, looking down at the people scurrying by. When it comes time to write a column, I just pull out a high-powered scope from a sniper’s rifle and start scanning the street for my next target.  From my... Read more »

2020 Bike Plan and Requested Bicycling Boulevards

Thumbnail image for '2020 Bike Plan and Requested Bicycling Boulevards'
If you’re interested in city cycling and curious about the policy processes that make bike lanes magically appear, you should make it a point to follow Grid Chicago. Grid Chicago, the Active Transportation Alliance, the League of Illinois Bicyclists and engaged cycling citizens throughout the city, have all been actively involved in working with CDOT... Read more »
Advertisement: