A CTA bus rider has filed a federal lawsuit alleging breach of contract and consumer fraud. Among his complaints, he says he was wrongly charged for making calls to the CTA’s customer service center.
CTA is running a deficit this year that, so far, stands at $10 million. But it is reassuring riders that the shortfall won’t impact them.
Money Network, one of the company’s behind the new Ventra transit and debit card, currently has an F rating with the Better Business Bureau. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
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U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski (D-Ill.) is celebrating a House Republican decision to back off a bill that could have meant severe cuts to funding for urban mass transit.
U.S. Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) is warning of serious transit troubles for the city on the horizon.
Some Illinois senior citizens will have to resume paying for public transportation after a break of more than two years.
Chicago-area mass transit got back on its feet Thursday, just one day after the snow stopped flying.
New Regional Transportation Authority executive director Joseph Costello is determined to keep one eye on immediate needs and the other on the future.
The Seniors Ride Free program is only one of a number of financial issues facing the debt-ridden Regional Transportation Authority.