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05PM A Ventra transit card reader. Updated: November 4, 2013 9:16PM Two aldermen Monday called for City Council hearings on the CTA's problem-laden Ventra rollout, with one labeling the transit agency's new fare payment system a debacle.
The Chicago Transit Authority has fired two workers and suspended two others for actions leading to a train crash that injured 33. CTA spokesman Brian Steele said Friday two electrical workers were fired for improperly cleaning and allowing water
Tribune reporter Two CTA electrical workers have been fired and two other employees suspended as a result of a collision in September between a "ghost train'' that traveled on its own for almost a mile after leaving a West Side rail yard and struck a
CTA employees are being verbally attacked daily by angry riders'' who are blaming them for problems with the new transit fare-payment system, the rail worker union's leader said Thursday, calling on the agency to scrap Ventra until all the bugs are
24PM A Ventra transit card reader. Courtesy calls to Ventra customers are being made by a vendor hired by the Chicago Transit Authority for up to $245,000 without CTA board approval as part of an unforeseen Ventra expense, CTA officials said Monday.
06PM CTA Chairman Terry Peterson (left) and President Forrest Claypool spoke with the Sun-Times editorial board Monday afternoon. Rich Hein/Sun-Times Updated: October 21, 2013 10:31PM Forget about it.'' That was CTA President Forrest Claypool's
Commuters found a generally smooth ride on the south branch of the Red Line this morning, the first rush hour test after five months of reconstruction. The only remaining slow zone was between 69th and 79th streets, and that was because a truck cab
Last week a new runway opened at O'Hare, Metra's board is back to full speed, the Illiana Expressway got a shot in the arm, Red Line construction finished, the RTA set funding levels after weeks of friction, and a state transit task force lambasted
The CTA is asking manufacturers bidding on a potential $2 billion rail car contract to disclose any plans about new jobs they might create in the U.S. The request for a disclosure on an American jobs plan is not a requirement by the CTA, but it is
Select a date range Create a custom date range Tribune reporter A truck cab crashed into a barrier on the Dan Ryan Expressway on Sunday night and sailed onto the area of the CTA tracks, damaging a third rail hours before the first weekday commute