Local drivers wasted an average of 145 hours in traffic last year.
The 2020 pilot could test scooters in new neighborhoods.
Expert advice from veteran cyclists.
After a six month search, the city approved the appointment of urban planner Gia Biagi.
With more rush hour enforcement, bus service could actually get more reliable.
Some of the most expensive trips will be downtown areas where there is lots of public transit.
Accessible transportation is an "uncoordinated patchwork" according to a new report.
What you should know about the nation’s busiest airport.
Most residents don’t have safe bikeways.
Could it be a long-term solution to help some riders with last-mile connections?
Fixing the city’s increasing car traffic and declining transit ridership is complicated.
Ride-hailing trips have increased by 271 percent since 2015.
The changes will mean better service and fewer delays for air travelers.
The plan would rely on state money for projects like a new Cottage Grove Green Line stop and Blue Line upgrades
Mayor Lightfoot aims to tackle downtown gridlock.
Chicagoans can expect a nasty winter ahead when it comes to waves and flooding.
Lake Shore Drive? How about Du Sable Drive.
There’s no timeline for a decision from officials.
The bike path project faces another delay.
State capital will help the agency make improvements.
The blaze was ignited by a construction torch, according to a Fire Department spokesperson.
Officials are evaluating the safety and impact.
Expect delays during the nine-day disruption.
Under construction since early 2014, the $60 million project is inching closer to completion.
The longest disruption lasts nine days.
The high cost of minor violations has sent residents into debt
The state capital bill will help the commuter rail service.
A West Side traffic safety plan aims to reduce traffic crashes.
Twice a week, 27 moveable bridges on the river will raise up
Lake Michigan’s high water is taking a heavy toll on beaches, trails, and other waterfront infrastructure.
The data helps municipalities plan better infrastructure, bike paths, and policies.
Car trips in the city could be cut by 51 percent with better micromobility options, says a new INRIX report
Wearing the pin lets other passengers know you and your baby would like a seat
The transit agency said buttons were to be made this year
Thousands of scooters hit the streets as part of the city’s pilot program.