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Pressure is mounting to replace embattled CTA President Dorval Carter

Here's a look at what elected officials and other media outlets have said about the issue recently.

April 19, 2024

47th Ward Touts Bike/Ped Infra and New Projects at Community Meeting

Ward celebrates improvements on Irving Park and around schools. Next up: Leland Greenway.

April 11, 2024

Private sector entities: Got a bright idea to solve the CTA’s problems? Submit it to the agency’s new Innovation Studio

The transit agency wants to "test solutions for improved system safety, asset management and real-time information at bus stops."

March 22, 2024

What walk/bike/transit upgrades would make Pilsen’s 18th Street an even “cooler” corridor?

After Time Out magazine highlighted the roadway's cachet, CTA and the local alder discuss new Pink Line station art and an upcoming nearby Neighborhood Greenway.

March 21, 2024

A stroke of good fortune: RTA asks CDOT to include bus lanes in the Bally’s Casino viaduct reconstruction

The Regional Transportation Authority, which oversees the three local transit agencies, is using a little muscle to persuade CDOT to include better bus accommodations.

March 19, 2024

Transit advocates weigh in on the CTA’s Refresh & Renew program

Advocates say the program to occasionally deep-clean 'L' stations is nice, but it would be great if the agency put more effort into keeping train stops sanitary all the time.

March 14, 2024

New Elevated Chicago / DePaul studies look at how vacant lots near transit impact quality of life on the South and West sides

The reports also finds that redevelopment of this land is more likely to bring about positive change when community members are heavily involved.

March 12, 2024

At ATA’s Transit is Essential Town Hall, participants discussed strategies to improve local bus and train service

Ideas included offering more Metra reverse-commute service, diversifying the transit advocacy community, and canvassing door-to-door on public transportation issues.

March 5, 2024