Lynda Lopez Recent Posts STREETSBLOG CHICAGO Dangers and Annoyances: When, if Ever, Does it Make Sense to Confront a Rule-Breaker? By John Greenfield and Lynda Lopez | Jan 30, 2020 | No Comments Smoking, littering, radio playing, and other infractions can make CTA trips unpleasant and reduce ridership. But many riders say it's wisest not to confront the offender. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO Reflections on the Untokening Convening By Lynda Lopez | Oct 14, 2019 | No Comments What does mobility justice mean? STREETSBLOG CHICAGO Want to ride your bike more? Here are some tips for the casual cyclist By Lynda Lopez | Sep 12, 2019 | No Comments If you feel like you never get around to riding your bike, or are nervous about riding in the city but want to give it a spin, here are some steps you can take to make it happen. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO The joy and power of bike culture in POC music and art By Lynda Lopez | Sep 9, 2019 | No Comments If we can reflect diverse cultural backgrounds and experiences in biking through language, art, and music, we can open the doors for more people to be part of biking culture. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO Cyclists of Color Convened at the BLK Panel: “We Want More Black Folks on Bikes” By Lynda Lopez | Feb 25, 2019 | No Comments The forum, held Saturday at Blackstone Bicycle Works, featured representatives of 2wheelgods, the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Chicago, Red Bike and Green Chicago, and SRAM. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO Adonia Lugo: Bicycle Advocates Need to Stop Overlooking Issues of Race and Class By Lynda Lopez | Jul 20, 2018 | No Comments Lugo's new book "Bicycle/Race" argues that bike planning discussions must take "human infrastructure" into account.