The City of Chicago launched the Streets for Cycling Plan 2020 several months ago to create a more complete network of bicycling facilities to help all Chicagoans (from school kids to senior citizens) feel safe and comfortable riding their bikes on city streets.
The Chicago Department of Transportation has sought input on where you bike, where you want improvements and what would encourage you to ride for transportation.
Now you can see a draft of the plan at Thursday's public meeting (or a later meeting or webinar) and continue the dialogue. Learn about possible street treatments and bike facilities, remaining challenges and next steps. This is your opportunity to help fine tune the draft plan.
The next public meeting is this Thursday 5/31 at Gary Comer Youth Center (Exhibition Hall, 3rd floor), 7200 S. Ingleside Ave. from 4–8 p.m. There will be presentations with Q&A at 4:30 & 6:30 p.m.
Information on later meetings and webinars will follow.