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With Ventra Back On The Rails, Transition To The New Fare Payment System Could Soon Resume

According to the Chicago Transit Authority, there could be a new transition schedule for the Ventra fare payment system as early as next month. This comes after the CTA set three performance standards for Cubic Transportation Systems — the company behind Ventra — back in November. As of January 1st, the CTA says Cubic has met these standards.



Listen: Mully & Hanley Join Boers & Bernstein For Special Transition

As Ben Finfer finished The McNeil and Spiegel Show solo, Mike Mulligan and Brian Hanley joined Dan Bernstein and Terry Boers for a special edition of transition.

670 The Score–01/29/2013

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Sleep Expert: Time Change This Weekend Will Require Adjustment

Daylight Saving Time is almost over, and a sleep expert wants to ensure a good transition this weekend.

WBBM Newsradio–11/04/2011

Rahm Emanuel

Emanuel: ‘The Whole City Is Excited To Start Something New’

Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel will take office in just one week, and he says “The whole city is excited to start something new.”

WBBM Newsradio–05/09/2011

Mayor Richard Daley on his farewell tour Friday; right, Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel (CBS)

Daley: Transition Talks With Emanuel Continue

Mayor Richard M. Daley says even if you’re not hearing about it, transition talks between him and Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel and continue on schedule.

WBBM Newsradio–04/14/2011

Mayor Richard Daley on his farewell tour Friday; right, Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel (CBS)

Emanuel, Daley Regularly Discussing Transition

Mayor Richard M. Daley revealed on Wednesday that he and Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel have had a lot more contact recently that many of us have been led to believe. The two, he said, have been meeting regularly to talk about transition.


Mayor Richard Daley on his farewell tour Friday; right, Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel (CBS)

Changing Of The Guard Moves Forward

Mayor Daley continued feeling the love of Chicagoans on his newly launched farewell tour. Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel was busy mending fences.


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Stroger-Preckwinkle Dispute Boils Over At Board Meeting

Amid a war of words between sitting Cook County Board President Todd Stroger and President-elect Toni Preckwinkle, a key Stroger ally told Preckwinkle Tuesday to “shut up and get over here and try to do some work.”

CBS Chicago–11/16/2010