31st Street Corridor Study

The 31st Street corridor travels through the Little Village neighborhood and the South Lawndale Community Area. 31st Street serves many uses and people travel to and through the corridor in different ways today. Upcoming development will only increase its use. The 31st Street Corridor Study focuses
on the public right-of-way, including the street and sidewalk space, between Sacramento Avenue and west to the city limits, the Belt Railway right-of-way. The study looked to understand how the corridor operates today and what the community imagines for the future of 31st Street. Understanding the existing challenges and opportunities will helped inform ways to improve the quality of experiences along the corridor, particularly for those who walk, bike, take transit, and live here.

This study aimed to understand the 31st Street community’s goals in order to identify the type and the scale of future street improvements. The study built upon previous planning efforts and works to better understand the transportation opportunities and investments that could support the community’s goals.

31st Street Corridor Study_Final Report_April 2023-compressed.pdf

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