Chicago transit riders will get a break next year as the CTA said Friday that it will not raise fares or cut service.
Riders who vomit in a taxi cab will now have to pay for the cleanup.
Starting Wednesday, Metra riders will see a big increase in fares, with most riders paying 30 percent more.
Commuters riding the South Shore between Northwest Indiana and downtown Chicago could be hit with a 5 percent fare increase as soon as next month.
With the new year comes the same deal from the CTA.
The CTA won’t increase fares or cut service in the coming year — if its unions agree to $160 million or more in work rule changes.
There was a surprise this morning for commuters at the California Avenue Green Line station on the city’s West Side.
Following the split between American Airlines and travel websites, CBS 2 found it’s becoming more labor-intensive to find the lowest ticket price.