The CTA is marking another milestone in the modernization of its rapid transit fleet.
The transit agency’s board approved a switch from fluorescent to LED interior lighting Wednesday.
CTA’s newest ‘L’ cars will be reintroduced on the Pink Line beginning Sunday, but you will have to look hard to find them.
The CTA is in no hurry to put its newest ‘L’ cars back into service, despite newly-completed repairs.
New CTA ‘L’ cars that have been shelved since December will not be back on-line until June, as important repairs must be made first.
The Chicago Transit Authority is still working on tests for an equipment problem that forced its new fleet of train cars to be taken out of service, according to a published report.
There’s no sign that the CTA intends to put its newest ‘L’ cars back in service soon.
The Chicago Transit Authority has pulled 40 new rail cars from service because of a problem with a part on the so-called “5000-Series” model, which has been used on the Pink Line.
Even if a new car isn’t in the market for you, you’ll soon get that new car feeling from the Chicago Transit Authority.
There’s light at the end of the tunnel for those hoping to see new ‘L’ cars in everyday service on the CTA.
Nearly a year has passed since the Chicago Transit Authority began testing the prototypes for its newest ‘L’ cars in everyday service.
The newest rapid transit cars on the CTA are heading back to the transit agency’s most heavily-used route.
The newest CTA ‘L’ cars are on the move again.
New cars’ power system means no mix-and-matching.