Buses will now institute rear boarding and run as drop-off only if there are more than 15 passengers.
With more rush hour enforcement, bus service could actually get more reliable.
Could it be a long-term solution to help some riders with last-mile connections?
The plan would rely on state money for projects like a new Cottage Grove Green Line stop and Blue Line upgrades
Mayor Lightfoot aims to tackle downtown gridlock.
State capital will help the agency make improvements.
Expect delays during the nine-day disruption.
Wearing the pin lets other passengers know you and your baby would like a seat
Plan ahead as the weekend slows down
Both scooter companies have released rider data
The work on stations in Auburn Park and Edgewater was planned years ago
The lawsuit aims to void the deal approved by the Emanuel administration
CSU and Metra will partner on the project
The $2.1 billion project will rebuild stations and make commutes quicker
It might take a while to remove significant barriers to transportation
A plan to offer cheaper, more frequent transit access is moving forward.
Rebuild Illinois earmarks nearly $900 million for Chicago-specific CTA and road improvements.
Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr stations will close, but two temporary stations will open.
New legislation looks to bring more affordable transit options to the city’s Far South Side
The Near West Side transit stop features a design by Perkins + Will and public art by Folayemi Wilson.
The $207 million signal project will shut down portions of track between the Jefferson Park and Harlem stations.
With track improvements at Addison complete, the massive modernization project is nearly ready to start.
After hearing out the community, Gates decided a mural wasn’t going to be enough.
Carol Ross Barney created a memorable landmark for the city’s most popular rail and bus station
New vending machines aim to improve the rider experience and earn the CTA some extra cash.
The proposed Red Line stop will be moved inside the boundaries of Related Midwest’s 62-acre development.
The project includes new public art and a community space inside the stop’s decommissioned 1892 station house.
The 18th annual event from Improv Everywhere returns on Sunday.
The Far South Side project is the CTA’s most expensive station to date.
Related Midwest wants to build a subway station to serve its 62-acre mega project known as "The 78."
The gas tax has remained frozen since 1990
Here’s the schedule for the festive tradition that starts on Black Friday
Only 10 crosswalks currently have accessible pedestrian signals.
Downtown residents and commuters can expect several months of traffic detours and delays.