Building safe and connected bike lanes in Chicagoland

Officials in the city of Chicago have plans for 100 miles of new and upgraded bike lanes in 2021 and 2022, plus plans for 12 miles of new protected bike lanes both this year and next. Additionally, the city continues to expand its Divvy bike share program. The Daily Line’s Erin Hegarty spoke with Daniel Comeaux from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning and Jim Merrell from Active Transportation Alliance about building a robust and safe network of bike lanes and infrastructure in Chicago and the surrounding area.

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