The Chicago Transit Authority is planning to add service on its most congested bus and ‘L’ lines, but 12 routes with low ridership are set to get the axe.
CTA riders can breathe a little easier now when they spot an ‘L’ car that appears to be ready to leave without them as they’re racing to the platform.
The Chicago Transit Authority is stepping up inspections of track, using special trains that spray water on overheated rails and is working aggressively to keep air conditioning working aboard its trains and in its trackside switch houses to deal with the extreme heat.
Brown Line riders in Lincoln Park and South Lakeview will have to hoof it to Belmont or Fullerton Wednesday and Thursday, as the Chicago Transit Authority closes the two stops in between to accommodate the demolition of the charred remains of Roy’s Furniture Company.
Police are warning of a rash of armed robberies targeting CTA Green Line ‘L’ riders in the South Austin neighborhood.
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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.
Chicago Transit Authority president Forrest Claypool says the agency is doing what it can to end the rampant employee absenteeism that can lead to long waits for passengers.
If you’re tried of sitting in delays on the Loop ‘L,’ a fellow rider has a plan to speed things up.
The Guardian Angels are stepping up their anti-crime patrols aboard CTA ‘L’ trains and at ‘L’ stations in response to the recent rash of smart phone robberies.
The newest rapid transit cars on the CTA are heading back to the transit agency’s most heavily-used route.
Officials at the CTA, Metra and Pace say they are striving for normal weekday service today.
CTA officials say the trusty ‘L’ is Chicagoans’ best bet for getting around in the blizzard, but the rapid transit service has not been spared problems.
The Chicago Transit Authority will soon be keeping a closer eye on you, and your safety, if you ride the ‘L.’
Starting next month, the Chicago Transit Authority is offering a new service that will allow commuters to track the arrival times of their trains. Commuters are looking forward to it.
The CTA will soon add a Train Tracker service similar to its popular Bus Tracker, the agency’s president announced.
CTA riders on the Brown, Orange and Green lines may experience delays in the Loop this weekend as upgrades continue on the signal system.