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The opening of a full interchange on the Jane Addams Tollway (I-90) and Route 47 last month sparked some pointed questions from John Fink of Huntley...Fink's not the first person to wonder about all-electronic interchanges that don't provide buckets
The CTA has "reports of scattered outages of (Ventra Card) bus readers," and was working with the Ventra contractor on fixing the issue, said CTA spokeswoman Tammy Chase, who did not immediately have details of how widespread the outages might be.
The city unveiled plans Thursday for the most extensive modernization of the CTA Blue Line since the O'Hare branch was built 30 years ago, a four-year overhaul that officials say will shave up to 10 minutes off travel between downtown and the nation'
The Chicago Sun-Times reports the four-year project is being announced Thursday morning. City officials say the $492 million project would be the biggest investment on the CTA's Blue Line since it was extended to reach the airport. The construction
December 4, 2013 1:13PM A person was struck and killed by a Red Line train Wednesday in the Englewood neighborhood on the South Side, according to fire officials. The person was struck about noon by a northbound Red Line train at the 63rd Street
But the software upgrades that account for those improvements in service highlighted in the second weekly CTA Ventra progress report have been put in place in less than half of the CTA's bus fleet. The CTA says it plans to complete the upgrades to
CTA President Forrest Claypool is holding Cubic Transportation's feet to the fire for the Ventra debacle, but Mayor Rahm Emanuel is not doing the same to Claypool. That much was obvious Tuesday when the mayor was asked whether Claypool is in trouble
A program that helps ex-offenders gain work experience cleaning rail cars and buses for the Chicago Transit Authority will end on Dec...In 2011, it almost wasn't extended and became a bargaining chip between the union and the transit authority. CTA
The CTA's trouble-plagued new Ventra fare system should be running smoothly by year's end, a top official of the California firm that built it predicted in an interview with the Tribune. CTA officials have not publicly signed on to such an ambitious
21 November 2013 0 View comments Commuters in Paris were left stunned after an unidentified man danced down the tracks of the Metro. The mysterious man walked along the tracks at the station 'au naturel' and shocked workers at the end of the evening