- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
As Shared Streets Program Ends, Logan Square Neighbors Ask: Is There A Better Way To Make Roads Safer?
Many neighbors said the temporary infrastructure project was "a great idea, but poorly implemented."
A Redesign Of Chicago Avenue In Austin Will Use Art To Represent The Neighborhood’s History And Heritage
The corridor improvement plan will improve sidewalks, streets and landscaping while also creating public art that will contribute to a unified look and feel for Chicago Avenue.
With Humboldt Boulevard’s New Pedestrian Islands, City Hopes To Make Dangerous Logan Square Road Safer
The city recently installed three "refuge islands" with ADA-compliant ramps on the busy road to make the area safer for pedestrians, drivers and cyclists.
West Side Pedestrians Avoid This Busy Intersection, But Public Art And Street Improvements Aim To Make It More Walkable
Streetscape improvements coming to Harrison and Homan will be based on recommendations from a community plan for improving walkability in the Homan Square neighborhood of North Lawndale.
Chicago Avenue Upgrades Will Include Better Lighting, Public Seating To Bring Soul City Corridor To Life
Building on community-led plans, the city's transportation department is giving one of North Austin's main economic hubs a makeover.
Shared Streets Come To Logan And Kedzie Boulevards, Drawing Mixed Reviews From Neighbors
Some say they're unnecessary and unsightly, while others say they're bringing much-needed safety upgrades to the busy roads.
How Do You Slow Down Speeders On Oakland’s Ellis Avenue? Residents, Alderman Clash Over Plan To Reverse A One-Way Street
An ordinance to make the 3900 block of South Ellis Avenue a one-way street headed north is being debated by neighbors and Ald. Sophia King.
City Promises Multi-Billion-Dollar Program To Fix Roads And Bridges Will Hire Local, Bring More Jobs To Underserved Areas
CDOT will resurface 75 miles of arterial streets as part of Chicago Works over the next two years. Most of the projects will require at least half the work be done by Chicago residents.
As Divvy Expands On South And West Sides, City Asks Residents: Where Should New Bike-Share Stations Go?
The bike-share program is expanding on the West, Northwest and Southwest sides of the city, from Dunning to West Lawn.
Logan Square’s Most Confusing Intersection Getting Overhauled Next Year With New Traffic Pattern And Plaza
The plan is to eliminate the confusing Kedzie Avenue traffic circle and create a plaza adjacent to the Logan Square Blue Line station, according to documents obtained by Block Club.
Divvy Expands To Far South Side, With 16.5 Miles Of Bike Lanes Coming
The first station that's part of the expansion was installed Thursday at 83rd Street and South Stewart Avenue.
Dangerous Milwaukee Avenue Stretch In Logan Square To Get Protected Bike Lanes, New Crosswalks
The city plans to install the bike lanes on Milwaukee Avenue from Western to California this summer.
This Walk Signal Faces The Wrong Way, Sending Wicker Park Pedestrians Into Oncoming Traffic
The poorly aligned pedestrian walk signal at the corner of Ashland and Milwaukee avenues is sending unwitting Wicker Park residents into danger.
Daytime Webster Bridge Closures Extended To Jan. 31, Ald. Hopkins Says
Closures were initially scheduled to end Nov. 25, but have been extended through January.
Drexel Boulevard Bike Lanes To Remain Along The Median After Pushback From Neighbors, Cyclists
Drexel Boulevard's bike lanes were moved alongside the median in late 2018. They'll stay that way, CDOT confirmed, after Ald. Sophia King (4th) explored changing the road's layout in October.
Daytime Webster Bridge Closures Extended To Dec. 16, Alderman Hopkins Says
Closures were initially scheduled to end Nov. 25, but have been extended through December.
Plan For Low-Stress Bike Route Connecting Chicago River, Lakefront Path On Leland Delights Lincoln Square Neighbors
The proposed improvements include pedestrian median islands, raised crosswalks, contraflow bike lanes and bike-friendly speed humps, but the project wouldn't break ground until 2021.
Starting Saturday, 2,500 Scooters Will Hit The Streets Of Chicago. Here’s How To Avoid Acting A Fool On One.
The city is letting 10 vendors operate 250 scooters each for the next four months. We mapped where you can find them.
South Loop Bike Lane Upgrades Begin After Much Debate: ‘It’s Not Perfect, But It’s A Start’
The new upgrades would allow for two-way bike traffic to flow between Dearborn and Plymouth, limiting the potential for collisions between cyclists and drivers.