If you have ever become lost trying to transfer between Metra, CTA and Pace, the RTA has heard your complaint, and is trying to do something about it.
The RTA’s Travel Information Center gets more than 5.3 million calls a year, but it may trim the center’s hours.
The state’s mass transit agencies say they are willing to go to the mat with the National Rifle Association over concealed guns aboard trains and buses.
The Regional Transportation Authority is taking United Airlines to court.
The chairman of the Regional Transportation Authority has made a public apology for using the term “limousine service” to describe the agency’s paratransit service for the disabled.
Metra, the CTA and Pace have never had a fully compatible ticketing system, but technology may make it possible in time to meet a 2015 legislative mandate.
When Regional Transportation Authority Chairman John Gates wrote last week urging the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace to work more closely together, he wasn’t anticipating the collaboration that resulted.
The chairman of the Regional Transportation Authority is floating a proposal he says could save taxpayers as much as $150 million a year.
Metra doesn’t have enough money to fix what’s breaking, But that’s not stopping the commuter rail agency from studying a possible extension in the far southwest suburbs.
The Regional Transportation Authority’s new senior half-fare cards have only been in use since Labor Day, but it is already replacing hundreds each week.
The head of the Regional Transportation Authority said Thursday that he backs the CTA’s decision to demand major changes to work rules — and impose fare hikes and service cuts if talks fail.
The program that has allowed all Illinois seniors to ride public transit for free will come to an end at midnight Wednesday night.
The Regional Transportation Authority will spend $435,000 in scarce funds to find out how pleased riders are with the CTA, Metra and Pace.
The Regional Transportation Authority is reminding eligible seniors if they have not received their reduced fare transit cards, they should contact the RTA’s customer service center.
Don’t be surprised when you see Pace buses driving along the shoulder of the Stevenson Expressway this fall.
The CTA won’t raise fares for the rest of 2011, but is making no promises beyond that.
New fare cards have begun to arrive from the RTA for more than 427,000 Chicago area senior citizens in the next few days.
New RTA fare cards are going out to 427,000 Chicago-area seniors sooner than expected.
The state of Illinois is coughing up some of the money it owes to the Chicago area’s transit agencies.
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.
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