Tag Archives: Bike Advocacy
The Things You Learn When You Hang Out With The Active Transportation Alliance

The Things You Learn When You Hang Out With The Active Transportation Alliance

I’ve been a member of the Active Transportation Alliance (formerly the Chicagoland Bicycle Federation) for a few years, but this was the first year that I’ve ever attended a membership meeting.  I gotta say, I think I’ll be attending more often!  Besides the fact that I ran into a few other local bike bloggers , […]

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Bike Parking in Chicago – Which Grocery Stores Make it Easy for You

Bike Parking in Chicago – Which Grocery Stores Make it Easy for You

Which grocery stores in Chicago provide adequate bike parking and which ones do not and are breaking the law in Chicago.

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Go Green Go Dutch: ThinkBike Chicago Workshop Day 2 – Results

Go Green Go Dutch: ThinkBike Chicago Workshop Day 2 – Results

After the public session last Thursday morning, the Dutch folks grabbed their bikes, split up into two teams — Blue and Orange — and rode  off into our city.   The Blue team focused on the Lincoln Park neighborhood, and the Orange team looked at the Washington-Madison transportation corridor.  Both teams noted the major bike-related differences […]

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Go Green Go Dutch: ThinkBike Workshop Day 1

Go Green Go Dutch: ThinkBike Workshop Day 1

I attended the ThinkBike Chicago opening session last week and learned about the success that Dutch city planners have had with encouraging cycling in Amsterdam and other major cities in the Netherlands.

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