The state wants more data before coughing up its part in the city’s plan to add 100 miles of protected bike lanes. Turi speaks with Brendan Kevenides, the Chicago Bicycle Advocate, about the viability of these lanes, and how to strengthen the half-hearted attempts of bikers, drivers and pedestrians to coexist.
The protected bike lanes on Jackson Blvd. continue as a buffered bike lane beginning east of Ogden Av., with pavement markings instead of a physical barrier between vehicles and bicyclists, Sun., Feb. 10, 2013 in Chicago. This is the intersection of Jackson Blvd. and S. Paulina St. (Chuck Berman/Chicago Tribune)
Emergency responders answer more calls than average this winter on lakefront, riverDigitalPLUS: Viet Hoang and his friends, Lauren Li and Ken Hoang, huddled near each other, clinging to life in the frigid Chicago River on that January night. […]
Miley Cyrus tests her boundaries in 2014; what would it be like looking back from 2020?The following imagined conversation takes place in 2020, as two people emerge from a Miley Cyrus concert at the Chicago Theatre. […]