Metra Warning: Don't Take Selfies On The Train TracksMetra is reminding people that snapping a selfie on the tracks is as dangerous as stopping to snap a photo in the middle of an expressway.
Kids Ride Metra For Free On Take Our Children To Work DayYoung people will be able to ride for free on suburban Chicago's commuter rail service for this year's Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.
Metra Testing Whether To Allow Small Pets On More TrainsSuburban Chicago's commuter rail agency is exploring whether to allow passengers to bring their small pets on more trains.
Woman Fatally Struck By Metra BNSF Train In La GrangeAn inbound train, scheduled to arrive in Chicago at 6:38 a.m., struck a pedestrian about 6:15 a.m. between in La Grange.
Pedestrian Fatally Struck By Metra Train In Mount ProspectAll trains on Metra’s Union Pacific Northwest line are stopped in the northwest suburbs after a train struck a pedestrian Thursday afternoon.
Evanston Metra Cafe Fights To Keep Doors OpenFor decades, the restaurant/cafe at Evanston's Central Street Metra Station has been a staple for commuters boarding a train downtown, but it could soon be the end of the line.
Brookfield Police: Man Drives Car Onto Metra TracksThe police chief claimed authorities received many 911 calls saying the elderly driver appeared to have passed out and drove on the tracks.
Metra To Rehab 302 More Railcars With New Seats, AmenitiesChicago's suburban commuter rail service is starting a new round of railcar improvements.
Metra: Woman's Body Found Near Ravenswood StationThe female was struck by a train just after noon, but it was not clear which train had struck her.
Metra Closing 2 More Ticket Offices Due To Online SalesSuburban Chicago's commuter rail service says it's closing two ticket offices because so many riders are buying tickets online or through a mobile app
Happy Transit Workers Appreciation Day!CTA, Metra, Pace and the South Shore Line all hope you tell a transit worker "Thank you."
CTA, Metra To Provide Extra Service For St. Patrick’s DayThe CTA and Metra will provide extra service to St. Patrick’s Day celebrations this weekend, though Metra is warning riders that alcohol will not be allowed on trains.

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