The Better Streets for Buses Plan promises to revolutionise Chicago's transit landscape, enhancing accessibility and reliability through strategic infrastructure investments and bus service improvements.
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The Chicago Department of Transportation's updated cycling strategy outlines a community-driven approach to expanding the city's bike network, with a focus on providing low-stress options and filling gaps in the network.
For Intelligent Transport’s exclusive ‘The people behind the wheel’ series, Gia Biagi, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Transportation, discusses the key challenges and achievements that she has overcome and accomplished in her career to date, and explains how her strong desire to positively impact people and their neighbourhoods inspired…
In the first 2023 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: building transit systems around people; returning cities to their rightful owners; connecting people through accessible, equitable and inclusive mobility; and plenty more.
As part of the agreement, CDOT and IDOT will work together to make Chicago and Illinois' roads more safe and accessible for the cities' most vulnerable road users, such as people with disabilities and those walking and cycling.
By making these temporary measures permanent, CTA will be able to improve service reliability by allowing buses to travel faster and stay on schedule, making riding the bus a more reliable and attractive transport option.