CTA President Forrest Claypool said the customer service reps will offer a stable presence at CTA stations, and know the community where they work.
The Chicago Transit Authority has launched a search for artists who will spruce up and bring some expression to seven Red Line stops along the north lakefront.
If you have a fondness for your neighborhood ‘L’ stop – or an ‘L’ stop on the other side of the city as the case may be – you can now commemorate it on your very own living room wall.
The trend started with ballparks and stadiums, and now it will be happening with several CTA L stops.
For the first time in 15 years, CTA will accept ads for beer, wine and hard liquor. The change in policy is expected to generate an additional $3.2 million for the cash-strapped agency.
Commuters are calling it everything from cute to disgusting – dozens of pigeons warming themselves under the heating lamps at Loop ‘L’ stops.