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.
CTA riders in the North Side Rogers Park neighborhood may have to adjust their travel plans this weekend when track work will force southbound Red Line trains to bypass three stations.
The commuter rail agency takes issue with findings of air quality tests at its two busiest downtown terminals, and aboard trains leaving them.
Overnight CTA construction is expected to cause delays on the Red and Blue lines all week.
A study shows that Chicago area commuters are saving gas and money by riding Metra trains.
Late-night Red and Blue Line riders should allow extra travel time this week, as maintenance work is expected to cause minor delays.
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