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Lincoln Park »

The $31.5 million project, which was 15 years in the making, is officially complete.

Pilsen »

Part of the four-mile trail will be ready for use this summer, officials said.

Roscoe Village »

The Western-Belmont viaduct lane closures are in effect: Here's how to get around the construction zone.

Old Town »

Installing bike-specific traffic signals is the final piece of the project, officials say.

Downtown »

A new ordinance also sets strict times for having your sidewalk shoveled.

Downtown »

Chicago is out to be "the most bike-friendly city," approaching 300 miles of bike paths in every ward.

Downtown »

Ald. Reilly said a pilot program would "more than pay for itself, and curb some really poor behavior."

Downtown »

Aldermen also clashed over city funding for the Active Transportation Alliance.

Gold Coast »

The Plan Commission was unanimous in supporting the development.

Downtown »

The new section includes a host of new options, including a tiki bar.

Downtown »

A new ordinance would give the public a say in camera placement and institute flexible payment plans.

Downtown »

The bike-share system will cover 87 square miles of the city with 176 new stations.

River North »

The Active Transportation Alliance said it fielded "thousands" of complaints from Chicago bicyclists.

Downtown »

The runs will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday and 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays.

River North »

Bike lane fight shows that an idealistic war over how drivers and cyclists share city streets rages on.