Ruth Rosas Recent Posts STREETSBLOG CHICAGO New Chicago Bikeshare Pricing Leaves Low-Income Riders Stranded By Ruth Rosas | Jun 14, 2022 | No Comments Perversely, CDOT's and Lyft's community outreach plan was to explain to the public how the new pricing system works after members were already being charged the new e-bike fees. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO Mexico City, an Overlooked Sustainable Transportation Innovator By Ruth Rosas | Mar 10, 2022 | No Comments It's way past time for the urban planning world to stop overlooking the many successes of Latin American cities like Mexico City to find innovative ways to improve walking, biking, and transit. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO How Have Biking Conditions Been in CHI Latine Communities This Winter? By Ruth Rosas | Jan 24, 2022 | No Comments If they are not cleared, these bikeways that are supposed to help us ride safety instead wind up constraining our mobility. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO ¿Cómo están las condiciones de las ciclovías en las comunidades latinas? By Ruth Rosas | Jan 24, 2022 | No Comments Si no limpian, estas ciclovías que nos deben ayudar a andar con seguridad terminan con restringiendo nuestra movilidad. STREETSBLOG CHICAGO Transportation planning needs better language accessibility, and more coalition building By Ruth Rosas | Dec 31, 2021 | No Comments In a field like planning, that is technical and political, and requires community participation, language accessibility is one necessary tool, but it does not guarantee that the voices of the community will have an impact.