Today we celebrate the Sears (or Willis, if you like) Tower – an anchor and symbol of Chicago since it was completed more than 40 years ago.
Moss has been a proponent of BRT over the last few years despite its many setbacks in Chicago and we are excited to see how the first phase – the Loop Link starts to shift the transit landscape as it gets under way. What is Loop Link? Per the city’s own BRT website, Loop Link is:…
Sneckdown spotting shows us areas of roadway both small and large that no one is driving on. Asphalt comes at a cost, so we should reclaim that public space. Let us tell you why.
While the idea of an official “Shared Street” may be new and somewhat unsettling to Chicagoans today, the idea is anything but new or untested. We only need to look back to the pre-car dominated city to see how the streets used to be much more public territory than they are today. The image below of…
More bikes on the road means greater visibility, safety and public support for all bikers and all of those results are fine by moss.
Commuting … almost everybody does it. We love to hate this aspect of modern life, but the daily back-and-forth doesn’t necessarily have to be a burden.
Sneckdowns highlight road areas where cars don’t drive and pavement could be replaced with pedestrian zones or permeable surfaces. Learn how cities can battle runoff and make roads safer by watching winter snow.