CTA, Pace Suspend All Service Effective At 6:30 p.m.The Chicago Transit Authority is suspending all service citywide effective at 6:30 p.m.
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.
CTA To Test Back-Door Entry On 2 South Side-To-Downtown Bus RoutesThe Chicago Transit Authority on Monday announced plans to allow passengers to board buses through the back door.
Thrill Seeking Rider Vows To Keep Hanging OnClutching the back of a semi. That's all that's keeping a man from becoming a causality of the interstate pavement. Below is a firm grip and a desire to avoid death in his ongoing search for a high speed thrill ride.
Missing Georgia Woman Believed To Be In Chicago AreaPolice are searching for a missing Georgia woman who is believed to be in the Chicago area.
20 Displaced By Fire At South Side Apartment BuildingFire crews responded to a fire Thursday morning at a 3-story apartment building in the Brainerd neighborhood on the South Side.
CTA Adding Upgraded Cameras To BusesThe CTA is putting more security cameras into nearly a quarter of its buses.
CTA Using New System To Reduce Bus BunchingThe goal is to reduce instances of multiple buses on the same route arriving at stops at the same time, by allowing drivers to communicate with the CTA control center in real time.
Downtown CTA Buses Rerouted After Debris Falls From Loop Building Part of State Street remains closed to traffic in the Loop Monday after bricks fell from a building Sunday night, causing headaches for some bus riders’ morning commute.
City Begins Work On Bus Rapid Transit Lanes In The LoopCity officials were warning of increased traffic delays in the Loop beginning Monday, as work begins on the so-called “Loop Link” project to provide faster bus service from Union Station to Millennium Station.
CTA Ridership Down Overall, But Train Rides Set New RecordBuses remained the most popular option for public transit users in Chicago last year, although rail ridership set a new record for the CTA.