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WBRThe Go Campaigns are City of Chicago neighborhood campaigns meant to encourage more biking, walking, and transit use.

The City of Chicago received a federal grant to organize Go Campaigns in five Chicago neighborhoods. The first program piloted in 2013 with Go Bronzeville and continued with Go Pilsen (2014), Go Albany Park and Go Edgewater (2015), and Go Garfield Park (2016). Each campaign ran for four months and offered free resources, events, and support to residents to encourage them to walk, bicycle, and take transit more often.


Download neighborhood maps and catch up on local transportation news on the social media pages of the five existing Go Campaigns, all of which are still active, thanks to the efforts of local stakeholders and residents.

Go Albany Park Neighborhood Map (PDF Download)
Go Albany Park Facts, Findings, and Stories
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Go Bronzeville Neighborhood Map (PDF Download)
Go Bronzeville Facts, Findings, and Stories (PDF Download)
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Go Edgewater Neighborhood Map (PDF Download)
Go Edgewater Facts, Findings, and Stories
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Go Garfield Park Neighborhood Map (PDF Download)
Go Garfield Park Facts, Findings, and Stories
Go Garfield Park Video

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Go Pilsen Neighborhood Map (PDF Download)
Go Pilsen Facts, Findings, and Stories (PDF Download)



If you are interested in building your own Go Campaign or if you are looking for tips on how to organize a community bike ride, group walk, or transit-related event, you can download our Design Your Own Go Campaign document.


GoResourceDIYDownload our Go Resource Sheet for transportation resources and answers to commonly asked questions about biking, walking, and transit.


If you have any questions about the Go Campaigns, you can contact the Go Campaign Project Manager Maggie Melin.