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"The time has come to make this happen," activists said of a proposed 27-mile riverfront trail.

West Ridge »

The bridge will replace a hazardous makeshift connector near Lincoln and Peterson avenues.

Wicker Park »

Chicago topped  Bicycling  magazine's biennial list of the country's best cities for cyclists.

Logan Square »

EXCLUSIVE: The project is one of Active Transportation Alliance's top priorities.

Old Town »

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

West Loop »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel committed to making Chicago more "bike-friendly," but not by doubling bike lanes.

River North »

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

Bridgeport »

The Active Transportation Alliance is rallying support, while others oppose it.

Downtown »

The Active Transportation Alliance has launched a pedestrian-safety campaign.

Downtown »

Young adults drive much less and like urban lifestyles more than older generations, Illinois group says.

Downtown »

Bicycling Magazine said only New York ranks ahead of Chicago as a bike town.

Gold Coast »

Project takes aim at dangerous road curve at Oak Street Beach, cylist-pedestrian congestion woes.

Downtown »

New York's bike-sharing program has four times as many members as Chicago's, and they took more trips.

Logan Square »

The city says it's working to make Chicago's streets more bike and pedestrian friendly, but is it enough?

Lincoln Park »

"Tell them he smirked when he heard the plan," one man said — though others support the car-ban plan.