Chicago’s Lakefront Park System Comes Up Short at Both Ends. Is It Time To Revive the ‘Last 4 Miles’ Plan?
Friends of the Parks is re-starting the conversation surrounding the gaps in Chicago’s lakefront park system and what those four miles could mean for shoreline protection, promoting biodiversity and delivering green space to areas where it’s in short supply.
The 2009 plan was stuck down because condo owners in RP and edgewater didn’t want their private piers and such overtaken for public use. Daley and everybody else supported the plan
All I know is I can bike out of the Horseshoe in Hammond, but once you're over the border in Illinois, you're in the street with cars.
There's really some basic coordination that's not happening here.
This would be fantastic. The Lake should be accessible from Evanston to Indiana.