Wi-Fi Now Available At All Downtown Metra StationsMetra riders can now access free Wi-Fi hotspots at all five downtown stations, the transit agency announced Thursday.
United Workers Meet Mayor To Talk Pluses, Minuses Of Living In CityA few of the 1,300 United Airlines employees relocating to Chicago got the chance Wednesday to tell Mayor Rahm Emanuel what they do and don't like about their new home.
Israeli Consulate To Reopen After Being EvacuatedThe Israeli Consul General in Chicago says the consulate in the Ogilvie Transportation Center is expected to reopen Tuesday morning, a day after being evacuated because of a suspicious envelope.
Bomb Threat Near Ogilvie Transportation Center UnfoundedPolice said a bomb threat near Ogilvie Transportation Center on Monday was unfounded.
Deer Takes A Stroll Through Ogilvie Train StationA deer walked up the tracks at the Ogilvie Transportation Center in downtown Chicago on Sunday and was safely corralled by animal welfare officials in between two sets of doors.
Metra To Hold Hearing On UP North Plans On March 29Residents who live along the route of Metra's Union Pacific North line will have the chance on March 29 to sound off on revised reconstruction plans.
City, Suburbs Offer Public Transportation To Bears GameFootball fans attending Sunday’s Bears playoff game against the Green Bay Packers have plenty of ways to get to the game -- including CTA, Metra, Pace and numerous parking lot options.
Metra To Test Air In Downtown StationsMetra officials say they are satisfied that the air aboard its trains is not toxic, and now, the agency wants to test the air in three of its downtown terminals.
Metra: No Health Hazard From SootA series of tests have concluded that fumes from Metra trains do not pose a health hazard to commuters.
Metra Task Force Tackles Pollution ProblemsA Metra task force meets today as it probes high levels of pollution recently revealed by an independent investigation.
Metra To Meet On High Soot LevelsThe commuter rail agency takes issue with findings of air quality tests at its two busiest downtown terminals, and aboard trains leaving them.