The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Department of Planning and Development (DPD) have announced the date for the next community framework meeting. The upcoming meeting will be held on Thursday, September 8th at 6…
Chicago Department of Transportation
The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) has revealed plans for protected bike lanes along N Clark Street in Uptown. These lanes would extend from W Irving Park Road north to W Montrose Avenue, parallel to Graceland Cemetery. The plan joins as part of Vision Zero and the city’s Strategic Plan for Transportation. Vision Zero aims to make streets safer and more accessible.
The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Department of Planning and Development (DPD) are hosting a virtual community framework meeting on Thursday, June 9th at 6 pm for input on the proposed Englewood Nature Trail. The scope of the trail project involves the conversion of an unused railroad corridor in Englewood into a 1.75-mile multi-use path.
Initial details and a community feedback survey have been revealed for upcoming renovations to the 79th Street corridor in Auburn Gresham. As part of the greater Invest South/West initiative that is also bringing two multi-unit buildings nearby, the project aims to refresh an area of W 79th Street from S Fielding Avenue to S Paulina Street and a smaller section of S Halsted Street from W 78th Street to W 80th Street. The plan was unveiled at a recent community meeting and is being led by Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) with Spaan Tech Inc, Jacobs Engineering Group, and Site Design Group among others.
The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) confirms plans to finish building nearly 100 miles of new and improved bike lanes over the next year throughout the City of Chicago. In a collaboration with the Chicago Community Cycling Network, the city will continue to work with locals to identify gaps in the current bike network system as the number of bikers increase every year.