CTA’s newest ‘L’ cars will be reintroduced on the Pink Line beginning Sunday, but you will have to look hard to find them.
Police have issued a community alert for people who ride the CTA Green Line on the South Side.
Amtrak has filed an official complaint against Canadian National railway for regular delays on the route from Chicago to New Orleans.
Amtrak trains briefly went dry in Illinois on Wednesday.
On-time performance at Metra has slipped last year, and the commuter rail agency’s chairman, chief executive officer and board want something done about it.
So far, the Chicago area has had only a dusting of snow. But Metra says it is ready to battle another blizzard — if one occurs.
Metra is stepping up its campaign to spot conductors who are lax about collecting fares.
CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot talks with train passengers about enhanced security at stations as the Sept. 11 anniversary nears.
Illinois is in line for funding to purchase some new trains.
Metra is changing how it reports late trains, so commuters will have more accurate information about which trains are chronically delayed.
The Metra Union Pacific West Line had no trains running for part of Monday morning because there simply weren’t enough engineers to go around.
Starting today, all the lines in the Metra commuter rail system will introduce “quiet cars” on their trains.
Although Wisconsin, Ohio and Florida have rejected federal high-speed rail money, Illinois and 34 other states are fighting over it. A new study, funded by the manufacturing giant Siemens, sees plenty of advantages and believes support could grow quickly.
Metra says its test of “quiet cars” has been so successful the rail agency will roll them out on all of its rush-hour trains.
The CTA is providing extra service for both Bulls and Blackhawks fans heading to playoff games this weekend.
Plans to expand commuter service on the Heritage Corridor rail line in the southwest suburbs appear to be on track.
Metra is weighing whether to become the first commuter rail agency in the nation to put defibrillators aboard its trains.
Metra officials concede that they could have done a better job dealing with the Blizzard of 2011.
Chicago Transit Authority President Rich Rodriguez apologized Thursday after many CTA trains were delayed or crowded to capacity when commuters began returning to work in the wake of this week’s blizzard.
Metra is canceling several trains due to the dangerous weather conditions.