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Morgan Shoal Retaining Wall, Meant To Protect South Lakefront From Further Erosion, Will Be Complete In 6 Weeks, City Says
A new barrier wall — which will also carry the Lakefront Trail — will be built and 1,500 tons of rubble will be placed along the lakefront from 47th to 51st streets as part of the $1.5 million project.
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.
Damen Green Line Station Will Break Ground This Summer Despite 2-Year Delay, City Says
City officials have promised a Green Line station to fill the gap between California and Ashland stops for years. The new station will right a historic wrong, Ald. Burnett said.
Can Public Art Make A Busy West Side Street More Pedestrian-Friendly? Some Artists Think So
The art installation builds off a walkability study conducted by residents that suggested several improvements to make the area more pedestrian-friendly.
Chicago’s Bike Lane Efforts Have Fallen Short For Decades. Can Lightfoot Help The City Catch Up?
About 359 miles of bike lanes traverse Chicago’s streets, a far cry from the 645-mile network a 2012 plan envisioned the city would have by 2020.
43rd Street Pedestrian Bridge Over Lake Shore Drive To Be Replaced With Accessible Overpass
A bridge that's accessible to wheelchairs and bikes will replace the existing bridge over Lake Shore Drive and the Metra tracks at 43rd Street.
‘Accessibility For Everybody’: Final Phase Of Drexel Boulevard Restoration Set To Be Finished In Spring
A years-long effort to install new walkways, accessible crosswalks and plant life along the historic boulevard's 3900 to 5100 south blocks will wrap up early next year.
CTA To Roll Out Dedicated Bus Lanes Along Chicago Avenue, 79th Street
One lane of travel in each direction will temporarily be converted to 24-hour bus lanes to reduce delays and crowding during the coronavirus pandemic.
Divvy Rider, 28, Killed In Crash On Near West Side, Police Say
The man was riding a bike Wednesday morning when a driver hit him near the 2000 block of West Warren Boulevard, police said.
Did The City Raise A Downtown Bridge With People On It? No, Officials Say After Viral Video Surfaces
The video’s poster shared video showing him climbing a raised Downtown bridge just months earlier. The city described the latest incident as "extremely reckless and potentially deadly behavior."
Divvy Ebikes Coming To Racks Around The City Wednesday
The ebikes can go up to 15 mph. The will cost the same as regular Divvy bikes in designated areas on the South and West sides, and an extra 15 cents per minute on the North Side, where racks are more plentiful.
Clark And Devon To Get Massive Overhaul. Here’s How Neighbors Can Weigh In
The city is also considering turning Arthur Avenue near Clark Street into a public gathering space.
New Shared Street Comes To South Shore Drive In Hyde Park
The stretch is the third South Side street closed to through traffic to encourage socially distanced exercise in recent weeks.
South Side’s 2nd Shared Street Opens Friday In South Shore
A loop along 68th Street, Dorchester Avenue, 70th Street and Kenwood Avenue will be closed to through traffic to encourage pedestrians and cyclists to get outside.
Drexel Boulevard Becomes The South Side’s First ‘Shared Street’
The city's initiative to turn residential streets into open spaces started in Bronzeville this weekend.
Repair Work To Close Lanes on South Lake Shore Drive
Lake Shore Drive will be down to one lane for a few days over the next two weeks, while crews try to keep two lanes open the rest of the time.
Speeding Is Way Up On Chicago Streets, And The City Is Worried: ‘Major Factor In Causing Crashes’
The spike comes even though the city turned off cameras at schools, which means there are fewer cameras being used now than during 2019.
Dangerous West Town Intersection Where Car Plowed Into Restaurant Will Be Studied By The City
A car careened into Breakfast House last month after a crash at the busy intersection of Grand Avenue and Wood Street.
The Navy Pier Flyover’s Northern End Is An Ice-Choked Hazard. Are Trail Closures The New Normal?
“Models show that lake levels are likely to remain high through this year, and so, at least in the near term future we’re going to be dealing with this," a Chicago Park District official said.
Webster Street Bridge Will Close During Daytime Hours Starting Monday
Crews will work 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday until Nov. 25.