Department of Transportation
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The Chicago Department of Transportation’s responsibility is to keep the city’s surface transportation networks and public way safe for users, environmentally sustainable, in a state of good repair and attractive, so that its diverse residents, businesses and guests all enjoy a variety of quality transportation options, regardless of ability or destination.
CDOT’s vision is to ensure that Chicago continues to be a vibrant international city, successfully competing in the global economy with a transportation system that provides high-quality service to residents, businesses, and visitors – a system that offers a solid foundation for the local, regional and national economies, yet is sensitive to its communities and environment.
WHAT THEY DO
POT HOLE TRACKER
This interactive map shows potholes patched by CDOT in the last seven days, based on the corresponding 311 service requests. When crews respond to a 311 pothole request, they fill all additional potholes on that block. Click a dot on the map to see potholes filled by address, the date the request was completed, and the total number of potholes filled on a particular block.
The interactive Chicago Traffic Tracker offers realtime traffic information for the City of Chicago.
CHICAGO COMPLETE STREETS
The City of Chicago is committed to building Complete Streets to ensure that everyone – pedestrians, transit users, bicyclists and motorists – can travel safely and comfortably along and across a street. Complete Streets give Chicagoans of all ages and abilities safer, cheaper, and healthier travel options. They support economic development and can incorporate environmental services and place making, which helps to create sustainable infrastructure and communities. CDOT is working to bring these benefits to your community.