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Metra offering $5 unlimited ride ticket for Blackhawks rally

RTA opens probe into big Metra settlement with its ex-CEO

Metra didn’t have to pay outgoing CEO any severance, experts say

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Metra board ‘pulls plug’ for now on Wi-Fi

The Metra Board of Directors on Friday expressed frustration with cost estimates for plans to provide free wireless Internet on passenger trains, and the matter was sent back to the committee level.

In January, Metra entered into a $200,000 contract with San Francisco-based Xentrans for the company to first study the Wi-Fi issue, and second put forth a Request for Proposals to private vendors capable of supplying Wi-Fi on trains system-wide.