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Chicago Transit Authority

CTA, union agree to extend apprentice program for ex-offenders

Jacob Park gets $206,000 grant for improvements

Ridership on CTA, Metra, Pace rose 1.9 percent from 2008-2012

CTA Board approves first contract for planned Blue Line repairs

The Chicago Transit Authority Board on Wednesday approved the first contract for the CTA’s four-year plan to redevelop the north branch of the Blue Line. The $25.6 million contract – which represents a small portion of the expected $492 million overall cost of the Your New Blue project – will go toward rehabilitating the Damen, Western and California Blue Line stations.

Q+A with Rebekah Scheinfeld

Rebekah Scheinfeld knows transportation in Chicago.

From 2011 until the end of last year, the lifelong Chicagoan served as the Chicago Transit Authority’s chief planning officer and senior vice president. In that capacity, she spearhead a number of CTA undertakings, including the Bus Rapid Transit initiative and the planning process for a new Green Line station at McCormick Place.

CTA sold $82,000 in gifts through website in 2013

Quinn’s transit task force bemoans ‘fragmented’ status quo

A governor’s task force gave initial recommendations Monday on how to improve the performance of the Chicago region’s beleaguered transit systems.

CTA union chief agrees to end apparent conflict of interest

Engineer: Ashland Avenue transit project won’t work

Record cold brings reports of feces on CTA