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Two days since a blizzard tailed off, some commuters are still contending with Chicago Transit Authority delays. Dozens of Brown Line train riders found themselves on shuttle buses Friday morning after a motor vehicle collided with an outbound CTA train near the Rockwell station around 8:45 a.m.
When's the last time you had to show your boss a tardy slip? Dan Mallon, a CTA train rider was given a train delay notice this morning at the Division street blue line stop. He thinks this was a thoughtful gesture on CTA's part.
The Chicago Transit Authority is considering several options for how to modernize its century-old Red and Purple Lines on Chicago’s North Side and in Evanston, and this week officials revealed that some of those options would involve closing stations.
Every Monday "Eight Forty-Eight" looks at some of the issues facing Chicago’s next mayor with the series Mayor Monday. This Monday's topic is transportation. Talk about planes, trains and automobiles is on the docket.
Rail commuters in Chicago soon will be able to find out estimated arrival times for trains on all eight of the city's rail lines. The Chicago Transit Authority says a pilot version of the CTA Train Tracker website will be launched in early January.