When Metra fares increase Feb. 1, so will the price of the Link-Up Pass many Metra monthly ticketholders use to ride the CTA and Pace.
In one week, Pace buses will begin using the newly-widened shoulders of the Stevenson Expressway.
Some extra drivers got on the Stevenson Expressway Monday morning, but their purpose is to help relieve congestion instead of adding to traffic troubles.
Football fans attending Sunday’s Bears game against the Carolina Panthers have plenty of ways to get to the game — including CTA, Metra, Pace and numerous parking lot options. The Bears host the Panthers at noon at Soldier Field.
Football fans attending Sunday’s Bears game against the Green Bay Packers have plenty of ways to get to the game — including CTA, Metra, Pace and numerous parking lot options. The Bears host the Packers at 3:15 p.m. at Soldier Field.
The CTA and Metra may be contemplating fare hikes and service cuts, but not Pace. Not only does the suburban bus agency hold the in its $194.5 million 2012 preliminary budget, unveiled Wednesday — it adds service.
Time is running out on the Seniors Ride Free passes that Chicago-area seniors have used on the CTA, Metra and Pace since 2008.
The Regional Transportation Authority will spend $435,000 in scarce funds to find out how pleased riders are with the CTA, Metra and Pace.
Don’t be surprised when you see Pace buses driving along the shoulder of the Stevenson Expressway this fall.
The state of Illinois is coughing up some of the money it owes to the Chicago area’s transit agencies.
Gov. Pat Quinn on Thursday signed legislation that gives Chicago area transit agencies a January 2015 deadline to introduce a fare card that all lines can accept.
The Regional Transportation Authority is warning that the CTA, Metra and Pace may have to undertake emergency fare hikes and service cuts as soon as next month.
(WBBM/CBS) – Pace is making adjustments to its west suburban bus schedules, effective Sunday. Although minor timing and schedule adjustments affect many routes, there are more substantial changes involving seven routes. Two are being combined […]
The executive inspector general of the State of Illinois is about to gain oversight power over Chicago area transit agencies.
Motorists are enquiring about ride-sharing opportunities such as Pace’s Bus Vanpool service amid rising fuel prices. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports.
A top Regional Transportation Authority official says the agency should think twice about buying a fleet of natural gas-powered buses.
Rising gas prices have everyone thinking about the best way to get around. Public transportation is highly touted, but is it the smart way to go?
Chicago-area transit riders are nearing the day when they’ll be able to find out easily how far away the next train or bus is on any bus, ‘L’ or train line.
Many of us are sweating a bit about the spiking cost of fuel — but not the CTA. The transit agency has locked in lower fuel prices for 2011.
As fuel prices shoot through the roof, Pace is taking a look at a bus that would not only be cheaper to operate — it would make rides a lot quieter for riders.