The City of Chicago has been named home of some of the most user-friendly and effective bicycle lanes in the United States.
The Streets for Cycling Plan 2020 bikeway network connects neighborhoods and destinations throughout Chicago. When complete, the City of Chicago will have hundreds of miles of barrier- and buffer-protected bike lanes, traditional bike lanes, neighborhood greenways, and additional innovative treatments that will create safer streets for bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorists. This proposed 645-mile bicycle system will run throughout Chicago’s neighborhoods.
dsi is providing construction engineering services to Bike Striping projects across the City of Chicago. Responsibilities include review of plans and specifications; coordination of field work; daily oversight of the installation of pavement marking, delineators, and signage; materials inspection and certification; management of project documentation and correspondence; project meeting and reporting responsibilities; and project close-out.
Funding is provided by both a federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grant and local sources, requiring understanding of the requirements of multiple funding sources and implementing the program to assure compliance.