CHICAGO (CBS) — Just because the weather is cooling down, you don’t need to park your pedals.

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The Chicago Department of Transportation plans to add 100 miles of new and upgraded bike lanes in the city over the next two years.

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It comes with a price tag of $17 million.

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Money for the new bike paths is expected to come from Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s capital plan, which focuses on infrastructure like roads, sidewalks, bridges, bike lanes, and more.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff