CHICAGO (CBS) — Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) said he’s not yet ready to embrace the CTA’s plans to build elevated bypass tracks that would eliminate a traffic bottleneck for three of its rail lines – the Red, Brown, and Purple – and speed up rush hour trains on the North Side.
“I’m a regular user of the CTA. I understand the need. It’s a lot of money. We want to make sure that it’s done with respect to the neighbors and the commercial interests,” Tunney said.READ MORE: Chicago First Alert Weather: Clearing Skies, Wind Chills Bring Sub-Zero Feels-Like Temps