City planners are updating Chicago's "greenprints," which are detailed maps that depict the region's open spaces, parks, waterways, and animal habitats. Planners use the data to prevent flooding, keep water clean, and increase carbon sequestration. The plan-in-progress, when finished, will remain in place until 2050.
New "Heat Map" Reveals Chicago's Favorite Running, Cycling Routes
The Strava fitness map show exactly where Chicagoans love to work out.