Chicago encourages walking through planning, investment, education and advocacy, and CDOT’s Pedestrian Program’s No. 1 goal is to provide a safe and comfortable walking environment for all. View the City of Chicago Pedestrian Website.
- 2011 Pedestrian Crash Analysis Technical Report
- Chicago Pedestrian Plan
- Pedestrian Safety In Chicago (PDF)
- Pedestrian Crash Trends (PDF)
- Who Was Involved in Pedestrian Crashes (PDF)
- When Did Pedestrian Crashes Occur (PDF)
- Where Did Pedestrian Crashes Occur (PDF)
- Pedestrian Crash Types (PDF)
- Roadway Characteristics (PDF)
- Next Steps (PDF)
The Accessibility Compliance Unit (ACU) provides a broad range of services from building code permit approval on accessibility to initiatives designed to ensure that Chicago acheives its goal of being the most accessible city in the nation.
- Consultative services and technical assistance to business owners, architects and developers who are renovating or constructing a residential or public accommodation facility.
- Disability rights related legal expertise and oversight on a number of projects and initiatives to ensure physical, programmatic, communication and technology accessibility.
- Answers to questions about the rights and responsibilities of business owners, employees and consumers under federal, state and local laws.