|Chapter 4||Transit: Bicycling and public transportation are each alternatives to the private automobile. For many people, however, neither form of transportation can compete with the automobile's travel range, flexibility, and speed. But when bicycling and public transit trips are combined, they can be as convenient as car trips, and are often quicker and more relaxing, without the automobile's environmental impacts. This chapter identifies five objectives designed to improve bicyclists' access to transit.|
|Objective 1||Improve bicycle access to CTA stations and trains.|
Assign coordination of the CTA strategies recommended in this chapter to a specific position at the CTA.
|Peformance Measure||Designate the position in 2005. Submit an annual report to the Mayor's Bicycle Advisory Council on the implementation of the CTA's strategies identified in this chapter, beginning in 2005.|
|Tracker Notes||This position has been designated. The position has been held by Amy Malick, Todd Bapton, Dan Thomas, and is currently held by Robert Vance.|
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