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New Wilson Red Line train station offers more flexibility, better looks, and a long wait

New Wilson Red Line train station offers more flexibility, better looks, and a long wait

Posted 2 years ago
Community planning meets technology and the web at Metropolitan Planning Council discussion

Community planning meets technology and the web at Metropolitan Planning Council discussion

Posted 2 years ago
Pace picks up CTA’s slack while increasing service in Chicago and suburbs

Pace picks up CTA’s slack while increasing service in Chicago and suburbs

Posted 2 years ago
The Chicago Perimeter Ride: a century for all

The Chicago Perimeter Ride: a century for all

Posted 2 years ago
Bringing a bit of Copenhagen to Chicago: two north side aldermen discuss their recent trip to the cycling mecca

Bringing a bit of Copenhagen to Chicago: two north side aldermen discuss their recent trip to the cycling mecca

Posted 2 years ago
Englewood resident Denise King tries out the new refuge island at 63rd and Claremont.

Englewood resident Denise King tries out the new refuge island at 63rd and Claremont.

Posted 2 years ago
I hate car-centric design. I equate it with theft. It takes away space for efficient and free modes of travel and reduces the quality of air and aural serenity, not to mention the danger to those within and without a car. Improving bike infrastructure is secondary in making a bike culture: the most important task is to highlight the irresponsibility, risk, damage, inefficiency, and death that Chicago’s car culture brings to the city.

I hate car-centric design. I equate it with theft. It takes away space for efficient and free modes of travel and reduces the quality of air and aural serenity, not to mention the danger to those within and without a car. Improving bike infrastructure is secondary in making a bike culture: the most important task is to highlight the irresponsibility, risk, damage, inefficiency, and death that Chicago’s car culture brings to the city.