All CTA Bus, Train Service Halted Downtown Amid Protests In Wake Of George Floyd DeathAll Chicago Transit Authority bus and train service has been halted in the downtown Chicago area due to protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Audit Finds CTA Red, Blue Line Trains Are Not Being Cleaned ProperlyAn audit was conducted just last week – providing a sampling of how CTA cleaning crews clean Red and Blue line train cars.
Violent Crime Consistent On CTA Compared With Before Stay-At-Home OrderHigh-profile violent crimes plagued Chicago Transit Authority property in the weeks leading up to the coronavirus pandemic, but since then, CTA ridership has plummeted. So what about the violent crime?
3 Injured, 1 Flees Scene After Car Hits Green Line Support Pole In West Garfield ParkA car slammed into a support column on the Green Line ‘L’ tracks in the West Garfield Park neighborhood Wednesday evening.
SWAT Team Called For Man With Knife On Red Line Tracks At 79th Street; Trains, Dan Ryan Shut Down For HoursThe Red Line south of Garfield Boulevard and the Dan Ryan Expressway were both shut down Saturday as a police SWAT team responded for a man with a knife on the tracks at 79th Street.
Driver Keeps Going As Police Try To Pull Him Over, Hits Brown Line Train In Albany ParkCTA Brown Line service was halted between the Kimball and Southport stops Saturday evening due to a collision with a car near the Francisco station.
Man, 19, Charged With Robbing Teen On Blue Line Train DowntownA Rogers Park teen was charged Monday with robbing another teenage boy on the Blue Line subway downtown.
Man Shoved In Front Of Train, Killed At Jackson Red Line Stop Identified As Mamadou BaldeWe now know the identity of the man who died after he was pushed into the path of a CTA train this week.
Man Pushed In Front Of Train, Killed At Jackson Red Line StopA man is dead after being pushed in front of an oncoming train on the Red Line subway downtown late Tuesday afternoon, police said.
With Ridership Down 82% During Coronavirus Pandemic, Why Is CTA Running On Normal Schedule?The Chicago Transit Authority told CBS 2 that overall ridership is down 82 percent – a drop from 68 percent overall ridership two weeks ago – in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Union Says Social Distancing Is Not Happening On CTAWhile social distancing rules forbid groups of 10 or more, drivers cannot pass up passengers just because there are more than 10 people on a bus.