City Implements First Ever Pedestrian Safety PlanBetter traffic signals and speed bumps could be coming to your neighborhood, with the city’s first ever pedestrian safety plan now in effect.
City Begins Installing New 'Stop For Pedestrians' SignsYou've no doubt seen those striped crosswalks around the city of Chicago, where drivers are supposed to stop for pedestrians. Now drivers are getting an extra visual cue.
2 Investigators: CPS Bus Vendor Has History Of Accidents, InjuriesDespite this history, the Alltown bus company has an $11.7 million contract with Chicago Public Schools to provide 248 buses. 2 Investigator Pam Zekman reports.
City Hopes For Better Pedestrian Safety With Flag SystemThe City of Chicago is hoping to improve pedestrian safety at certain unprotected street crossings with brightly-colored flags that people can use to be sure cars know they are there.
Mannequins Set Up In Memory Of Pedestrian Crash VictimsMotorists and pedestrians on Wacker Drive Tuesday will be subjected to a ghastly sight that has nothing to do with Halloween.
Study: Tens Of Thousands Using Lakefront Bike Path DailyA new study finds tens of thousands of people are using the lakefront bike path every day.
Emanuel Pushes Ordinance To Enforce Right Of Way For PedestriansMayor Rahm Emanuel is proposing a new ordinance that might make it easier and safer to walk around downtown Chicago.
Man Hit By Streets & Sanitation Driver Files Suit Against CityStephen Dewart was one of eight people mowed down May 21 on the Gold Coast when a driver for the Department of Streets and Sanitation lost control of his pick-up truck and plowed into them. He is now filing suit.