Metra and Amtrak have a new plan to deal with overcrowding at Chicago Union Station, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
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Chicago’s Metropolitan Planning Council wants to pump some life into Union Station with a $5,000 contest to get people involved with iconic railroad station on the River, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Commuters should notice some improvement in air quality as they board Metra and Amtrak trains at Union Station.
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A northwest suburban Bartlett man was ordered held in lieu of $350,000 bail Sunday after he was accused of stabbing a Metra police officer three times in the leg Saturday.
Union Station is now being recognized as one the city’s true architectural gems.
Gov. Pat Quinn is calling for a federal investigation of Chicago-based Megabus.
Megabus has reportedly agreed to pay more than $5 million to settle a lawsuit stemming from another deadly accident in Chicago.
A 76-year-old woman has died after she was hit by a Megabus near her West Loop home, not far from Union Station.
It could be commuter chaos downtown Wednesday morning, following a water main break near Union Station.
Thousands of people jammed Chicago Union Station Saturday — but not because they needed to go somewhere. It was the fifth annual National Train Day. Many, such as 12-year-old Kevin Mack, were self-described “railfans” or “train geeks.”
Aurora Police are asking the public for help is locating a missing 79-year-old woman from the west suburb who was last seen on Chicago’s South Side.
A freight train derailment in Indiana caused some travel trouble for people headed to Chicago on Tuesday.
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A smoky fire started above the train tracks at Union Station Saturday afternoon.
Hundreds of people crowded into Union Station Thursday night, but they weren’t waiting for a train.