Evanston begins a pilot program of public roads on Greenleaf Street for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers

EVANSTON, Ill. (WLS) – Evanston began testing a project on Monday that would allow pedestrians, cyclists and motorists to share the road safely.

The multimodal shared street pilot project discourages cross-traffic on Greenleaf Street from McDaniel Avenue to Lake Shore Avenue.

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Traffic signs ‘Go slowly, share the road’ have been placed at small intersections to inform road users.

The test run ended August 16, the first day of classes at Nichols High School in Greenleaf. The city’s engineer said they wanted to end the program before school started so it wouldn’t interfere with school pick-up and drop-off.

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