Thanksgiving Airline Travel Down 50 Percent, Which Could Spell Trouble For AirlinesAAA projects the largest dip in overall holiday travel since the 2008 recession.
With Plummeting Ridership During Pandemic, Pace Bus Wants To Cut 73 Routes IndefinitelyPace already paused 73 routes in the spring and now, to save money, Pace wants to cut those routes indefinitely.
While Completion Remains Far Off, Two Ramps Are Set To Open On Jane Byrne InterchangeIt’s years overdue and still far from completion, but the Illinois Department of Transportation said the pricey Jane Byrne Interchange Project will reach some major milestones in the days and weeks ahead.
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.
Airlines Will Offer Fewer Choices And Higher Fares After The Coronavirus Crisis
Florida Shooting 'A Whole New Twist' In Airport Security Breaches: ExpertThe Florida shooter apparently retrieved a gun from checked luggage at the Ft. Lauderdale airport. Could it happen elsewhere?
Pilots Encouraged To Text And Fly With New Communication SystemData Communication plans to be completed by November for both O’Hare and Midway Airports to reduce the chance of miscommunication and speed up the process of clearing runways.
No Aviation Experience Necessary For JetBlue Pilot Training ProgramA newly announced JetBlue program to train pilots is raising some eyebrows.
Aviaton Expert: Officials Will Want Answers Soon On Ukraine Plane CrashAn aviation expert from Chicago said speed is of the essence for investigators trying to determine the cause of a Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine on Thursday.
Transportation Expert Believes Metra Will Eventually Put Wi-Fi In Trains