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How is the city addressing bike safety as well as concerns relating to inequality and bike infrastructure? Streetsblog Chicago editor John Greenfield joins us.

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Public school students set up dozens of desks and seats Thursday morning along the 606 trail in protest of Chicago Public Schools’ latest staffing cuts and Gov. Bruce Rauner’s amendatory veto of Senate Bill 1.

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Chicago’s 606 trail is only a little over a year old and already there is an ambitious proposal to extend it. 

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Walkers, runners and cyclists may see a foot-traffic jam along the popular 606 trail during Tuesday evening rush hour. A group plans to march along the trail in protest of gentrification, saying it “destroys communities.”

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This Saturday, The 606, park and trail system will officially open. Chicago Tribune Pulitzer-prizewinning architectural critic Blair Kamin shares his thoughts about the trail ahead of its opening.

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Construction on the long-awaited “606” elevated bike trail is nearing the finish line. We get a sneak preview.

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Bloomingdale Trail Gets a New Name

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Ground is set to break on a major transformation that will turn an abandoned railway into a three mile-long elevated park. Chicago Tonight has exclusive details about the final plan. Read an article and view a slideshow.

City Looks To Create Vibrant Public “Skypark” Where Freight Used To Pass

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Image Credit: Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail

It may not look like much now, but the city has begun work on a major new "Skypark." Paris Schutz takes us for a spin on the much-anticipated Bloomingdale Trail.