Please click here for our Briefing on Intercity Bus Travel over the Memorial Day holiday.
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"Terminal Town: Celebrating 75 Years of Travel to the Windy City"
The Chaddick Institute is proud to present our special transportation festival, running September 2014-September 2015. Please visit our new website for information regarding this special festival!
Thursday, July 30 - 5-6:30 PM
Terminal Town Exhibit Gathering
Come help us celebrate the first year of our traveling Terminal Town exhibit. Drop by to meet the Terminal Town and Chaddick team at the exhibit in the Great Hall's Breezeway in Union Station. Prizes will be raffled at 5:15 and 6. Brief remarks at 5:45. Feel free to bring a friend. RSVP by emailing email@example.com. Union Station, 225 S. Canal Street. Free.
Thursday, September 24 - 8:30-11:30 AM
CNU IL 8 - Density by Design: Data and Decisions about Community Growth
The Congress for New Urbanism's state conference begins with a workshop cohosted by Chaddick's Municipal Design Review Network. Join Joseph Minicozzi, principal of Urban3, for a presentation supporting the financial case for municipal density. After the presentation, participants will take an "In-House Field Trip," to several local sites with representatives from local municipalities to help guide the discussion and exercise. $20 for MDRN, CNU-Illinois members, and DePaul Faculty and Staff. $25 for Non-Members. $5 for Students. Click here to RSVP. Workshop held in SPS Office, 14 E. Jackson Blvd, Suite 1600.
Adding on Amenities, Broadening the Base: 2014 Year-in-Review of Intercity Bus Service in the United States by Joseph P. Schwieterman, Brian Antolin, Gary Scott and Martin Sellers. Download a copy of this study.
Joseph P. Schwieterman's Terminal Town: An Illustrated Guide to Chicago's Airports, Bus Depots, Train Stations and Steamship Landings: 1939 - present. (Lake Forest College Press, 2014, 301 pages). Includes 215 color photographs and 20 custom maps. Featured in the Chicago Tribune! Click here for information.