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Forest Glen »

Ald. Margaret Laurino (39th) and neighbors brainstormed ways to improve bike access on Thursday.

Downtown »

The "action plan" is expected to be released this month.

Sauganash »

The newly-named North Branch Trail Alliance of Greater Chicago wants to build networks along the path.

Lincoln Park »

The Active Transportation Alliance backed extending the 606 to bike trails Downtown and to the lake.

Lincoln Park »

Illinois' richest bicyclist is paying big bucks to separate cyclists from runners on the lakefront.

Irving Park »

Transportation advocates have begun an 1½-year effort to improve bus service — and ridership.

Lincoln Square »

A Valentine's campaign is asking riders to #lovethebus.

Downtown »

Connecting the 606 to the river is among the big ideas released by the Active Transportation Alliance.

Jefferson Park »

Gasoline taxes, license fees would have to be used on roads and other transportation projects.

O'Hare »

Some advocates say the $22.9 million project, which is already underway, could just make matters worse.

North Center »

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

Downtown »

Like "Law & Order" and other Dick Wolf shows, "Chicago Fire" is often inspired by real life. 

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.