Drop In CTA Ridership Won't Force Cuts In Chicago Transit Service"We get people to the hospitals, to the grocery store, to take care of their vital needs."
Coronavirus In Illinois: Mayor Lori Lightfoot Has No Plans To Shut Down CTA; 'We Have To Keep The Public Transit System Going'“We have to keep the public transit system going," the mayor said. "People need to be able to get to work. Lots of folks depend on public transportation to get to and from."
Metra Fares To Increase In FebruaryIt will go into effect on Feb. 1 and will raise the annual cost to ride the train by $141 for those buying a monthly pass.
Extra Weekend CTA Service Planned For World SeriesAdditional CTA train and bus service will be provided this weekend for the World Series games at Wrigley Field.
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Rail Advocates: Gov. Rauner's Proposed Mass Transit Cuts Will Hurt Economic DevelopmentRail advocates in Chicago for a regional meeting say Governor Bruce Rauner is shooting himself in the foot by slashing funding for mass transit and regional Amtrak service. WBBM's Bob Roberts explains.
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How To Save Money On Traveling - Taking Public TransportationHere is your practical guide on how to save money by taking public transportation, including fare, timetable and system map information.
The World's Coolest Train StationsDespite the abundance of public transportation options, trains remain a popular and consistent way to travel easily. Check out the world's coolest train stations.
Task Force Gets To Work To Fix Illinois Public Transit ProblemsGovernor Pat Quinn’s transit task force has morphed from checking up on Metra to designing a transit system that's the envy of the world after a few local issues are settled. John Cody reports on day one.
Aldermen Urge Public Transportation Use For Cubs, Sox GamesOpening day has arrived for the Cubs, and the team and the local alderman are urging fans to use public transportation.
Former Secret Service Agent Discusses Security Plans For NATO SummitFor the first time, organizers of May’s NATO summit have laid out some details of security and crowd control plans that will be in place downtown and near McCormick Place.
New Travel Policy Tells City Employees To Take CTA For WorkNew travel mileage and reimbursement policies for city employees announced by Mayor Rahm Emanuel Saturday include, for the first time, a clearly defined, enforceable policy that encourages employees to use public transportation.
City, Suburbs Offer Public Transportation To Bears GameFootball fans attending Sunday’s Bears game against the Carolina Panthers have plenty of ways to get to the game -- including CTA, Metra, Pace and numerous parking lot options. The Bears host the Panthers at noon at Soldier Field.