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CTA train on the West Side

A CTA Green Line train travels West away from downtown Chicago in this 2017 file photo. A proposed ordinance before the Chicago City Council seeks to draw more investment near transit lines and bus stops on the South and West sides while also preserving multi-family housing near transit on the North Side.

Charles Rex Arbogast

Inside the CTA’s plan to address safety and reliability concerns

The Chicago Transit Authority has struggled to meet ridership during and keep up safety standards during the pandemic.

Reset hears more about the agency’s plan to address those concerns.

GUESTS: Manny Ramos, transportation reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times

Brian Steele, CTA spokesperson

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