Despite City's Vow That Wheelchair Access Would Be Restored By Now, Printers Row Construction Project Still Blocking SidewalksMike Ervin just wants the city to live up to its word.
Construction Site Makes Navigating Out Of His Home Difficult For Printer's Row Man With WheelchairThere is a fence that is blocking the entire sidewalk and a passageway that is too narrow for anyone in a wheelchair to fit through.
One Day After Chicago Program Launches, E-Scooters Already Showing Up Outside Designated AreasThey just zipped into town and already, electric scooters are popping up in places they aren't supposed to be.
Adults Can Take Divvy Bike Lessons This SummerRiding a bike is a skill you typically don't forget, but biking through Chicago's busy streets is another ballgame.
City Of Chicago Announces E-Scooter Pilot Program And Call For VendorsThe City of Chicago announced it is conducting a pilot program to learn about the demand and impact of electric shared scooters and is accepting applications from vendors who want to be a part of the initiative.
2019 Boating Season Started Saturday With First Boat RunThe City of Chicago kicked off the 2019 boating season with its first boat run Saturday morning, raising 27 bridges from South Ashland Avenue to Lake Shore Drive.
Drivers Aren't Fans Of Priority Bus Lanes DowntownDrivers say downtown is more congested than ever with Loop Link CTA bus priority lanes
Chicago Bridge Closure Schedule Announced For Spring TestingThe Chicago Department of Transportation announced its schedule for bridge testing prior to the start of the spring boating season.
'Room For Improvement'; Outgoing Alderman Suggests Changing Menu ProgramAn outgoing Chicago alderman said the city’s system for fixing roads, sidewalks, and other infrastructure needs to be improved.
Dark And Faded Traffic Signals Present A Risk For Drivers And PedestriansAt many intersections of one-way streets across Chicago, light boxes show drivers that right or left turns are prohibited. However, some of those signals are not working properly.
Northbound Lake Shore Drive Bridge Closed For 'Structural Emergency'City officials have shut down the northbound lanes of Lake Shore Drive at the bridge over the Chicago River, due to a "structural emergency."
Safety Concerns Resolved After Additions To 41st Street Bridge Bike PathA dangerous stretch on the 41st Street bridge over Lake Shore Drive has been improved following a CBS 2 investigation.
Bicyclists Concerned About Potential 41st Street Bridge HazardThe newly opened 41st Street bridge was supposed to be a safe passage for pedestrians and bicyclists across Lake Shore Drive, but a set of stairs is raising concerns for cyclists.
First Section Of Navy Pier Flyover Connecting Lakefront Trail OpensThe Navy Pier flyover is now open to the public.
Chicago Riverwalk's East End To Close For Construction Starting MondayThe east end of Chicago's Riverwalk will close starting Monday for a five-month renovation project that will bring new amenities to the Chicago River next spring.