Check the status of the 153 strategies in Chicago's Bike 2015 Plan, which was approved by City Council in 2005. This is a product of Grid Chicago. Please submit corrections, updates, or insights in the comments.

A strategy is a thing someone or some agency (and not necessarily the City of Chicago) is supposed to do in order to reach the goals of the Bike 2015 Plan: reduce injuries and increase the number of trips by bike.

Tracker Notes describe the status of a strategy and are developed using information from any and all sources.

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  1. Bikeway Network
  2. Bicycle-friendly Streets
  3. Bike Parking
  4. Transit
  5. Education
  6. Marketing and Health Promotion
  7. Law Enforcement and Crash Analysis
  8. Bicycle Messengers

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List of strategies in Chapter 3: Bike Parking, Objective 4

Theme: Provide bike parking at large events and sports facilities.

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NumberStatusStrategyDeadlinesPerformance MeasuresTracker Notes
3.4.1image of colored circle Provide and publicize attended bike parking at large events and festivals.Provide attended bike parking at Chicago's 10-25 largest events and festivals per year, beginning in 2006. Publicize in event/festival brochures and media releases.There has been bike valet at many festivals, although I don't know if it was ever provided at 10 or more of the "largest events and festivals" each year. Its presence has usually been sufficiently publicized.
3.4.2image of colored circle Establish indoor or sheltered bike parking at large sports facilities.Establish bike parking at 5-10 large sports facilities by 2010.I don't know of any indoor or sheltered bike parking at any sports facility in Chicago.

Created by Steven Vance for Grid Chicago on January 29, 2012.