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Give Divvy A Chance To Become Cost Neutral

Here are some talking points should anyone wish to support the opportunity to expand Divvy and access additional revenue at the Council meeting 9/17 or via email to your alderman.
1 month 1 week ago

Track Your Travel to Inform Transportation Decisions

Earn $50 for taking an important survey about your daily travel. Here at Go Evanston, we believe that the Chicago region works best when we all do our part.
1 month 3 weeks ago

Divvy Offers Big Discount to Evanston Residents

Divvy is expanding it's "Divvy for Everyone" program to Evanston, so more people can ride for less money. 
1 month 3 weeks ago

My E-Bike Test Ride

The sign in the window said “Try out an e-bike today.” So I did. Out of curiosity, I told myself. I’m a competent cyclist fit enough to ride me-powered bikes at 15 -17 mph comfortably.
1 month 3 weeks ago

Dutch Reach comes to Illinois

by John Hennelly A new law on the books in Illinois encourages drivers, when exiting their vehicle, to open their door with their right hand. Weird, right?
1 month 3 weeks ago

Evanston Bus Service Changes

Service modifications to Pace Routes 208 and 213 were implemented August 12 and 13.  
1 month 4 weeks ago

Connecting With The New Greenway

by John Fervoy A Go Evanston member recently wrote:
3 months 2 weeks ago

One Step Forward: Empowering Kids to Walk and Bike to School

It can be difficult to find an obvious and tangible step forward in the sometimes overwhelming fight to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and get kids out out walking and bicycling.
4 months 5 days ago

June Update on Proposed Changes to CTA/Pace Bus Service in Evanston

The CTA and Pace have revised their proposed changes to bus service in Evanston.
4 months 1 week ago

Worthy of Our Protection

The protected bike lanes on Dodge were challenged (again) at the April 23rd Administration and Public Works meeting.
5 months 1 week ago

We’re Joining Forces to Improve Mobility and Livability

Go Evanston is very happy to announce its new community partnership with Citizens’ Greener Evanston (CGE).
5 months 1 week ago

Another Update on Proposed Changes to Bus Service in Evanston

In response to the concerns raised by Evanston citizens, notably ETHS families and students, people with disabilities, and older adults, in both their written comments and at the April 24
5 months 1 week ago

Transportation Programs in Jeopardy

As part of Evanston’s priority based budgeting exercise for 2019, residents will soon be asked to complete a survey to identify their Top Ten and Bottom Ten among 54 programs that scored
5 months 2 weeks ago

To Dock or Not to Dock?

When bike share programs started only a few years ago, they were envisioned as a series of docking stations for multiple bikes where one could check out and return a bike.
5 months 2 weeks ago

CTA Plans Elimination of Bus Route 205

While we commend the goals highlighted in the North Shore Transit Service Coordination Plan, including focusing service improvements on areas of high demand for bus service, growing ridership, and
6 months 16 hours ago

Sheridan Road North of Lincoln to Ridge -- Part I: Design

The last phase of the Sheridan Road Corridor project starts April 9 with water main installation.
6 months 1 week ago

Complete Streets Policy -- Great Start, Now Let's Get It Done

While it’s always great to celebrate recognition for a job well done -- and the revised Complete & Green Streets Policy is definitely a job well done -- it would be even better to cel
6 months 1 week ago

Climate Talks Coming to a Location Near You

By Vickie Jacobson
6 months 2 weeks ago

Update on Changes in Bus Service in Evanston

Pace Bus and the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) have partnered to complete a Northshore Coordination Plan for bus service.
6 months 2 weeks ago

How to Get the "Interested, But Concerned" on a Bike. On the Street.

With respect to biking on city streets, studies have indicated that about 12% of people are “strong and fearless” or “enthused and confident cyclists”, 37% have no interest or ability to
6 months 2 weeks ago

Use Protection

By John Hennelly
7 months 2 weeks ago

City Council Slows Down Ridge

After a very busy year of crashes on Ridge Avenue, and many citizen complaints, the City Council has voted to take steps towards making Ridge safer. The Council directed the City staff to do the fo
7 months 2 weeks ago

Fighting Climate Change Is About to Get Personal

By Barbara Miller Drive less. Walk or bike more. Take the bus. These have been the mantras of environmentally concerned citizens for years.  
7 months 2 weeks ago

 Importance of Regional Connectivity

By John Fervoy
7 months 2 weeks ago

Go Evanston Announces 2018 Campaign

Bike safety education and Ridge Avenue are top priorities.
8 months 2 weeks ago

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