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CTA Wireless Service Upgrade Prompts Weekend Red Line Reroute

Northbound Red Line trains will be rerouted between Chinatown and Fullerton starting Friday night.

River West »

'CT and A' Founder Says Pics of Half-Naked Models on CTA Empower Women

The "CT&A" Facebook page has seen plenty of "haters" who find the work offensive, its creator says.

Pilsen »

Woman, Man Jump on Pink Line Tracks to Save Fallen Man From Oncoming Train

CTA riders jumped into action, using a bike's chain lock to rescue the injured man.

Downtown »

Uber Surge on New Year's Eve Could Mean $100 Fares After Midnight

The ride-sharing service warned that surge pricing could push fares above $100 after midnight.

Lincoln Square »

Jacob Park Supporters Mourn Loss of Trees to Make Way for New Green Space

The Park District "could have done a little outreach before starting the chainsaws," one neighbor said.

Lincoln Square »

CTA Holiday Train Schedules Brown Line Stops, Get the Dates and Times

Catch the CTA's Holiday Train as it pulls into Brown Line stations Wednesday through Saturday.

Edgewater »

Flaco's Tacos Coming to Granville CTA Station

The Chicago Transit Board approved the lease Wednesday.

Gold Coast »

Lake Shore Drive Bus Driver Cleared Out Passengers Before Fire Engulfed Bus

All the passengers safely escaped the 5:45 a.m. fire on Lake Shore Drive at Goethe.

Lincoln Square »

No. 11 Bus Supporters Tell CTA Board 'We're Not Going Away'

Fans of the No. 11 Lincoln bus packed the CTA's annual budget hearing to rally for the route's return.

Lincoln Square »

No. 11 Bus Supporters Set to Rally at Monday's CTA Budget Hearing

The fight over the No. 11 bus continues as supporters aim to turn out in force for CTA's budget hearing.

North Park »

Kimball Bus Reroute Starts Saturday, to Last Through January

The No. 82 Kimball bus will be rerouted between Foster and Peterson due to sewer work.

Rogers Park »

POV Video Reveals Red Line Ride From Howard to 95th

It's the first video of its kind by the Chicago Transit Authority, which plans to publish a series.

North Center »

Chicago Property Taxes Should Have Gone Up This Year, Ald. Pawar Says

The city needs to "bite the bullet" and deal with its pension crisis, Pawar said at budget town hall.

Lincoln Park »

Rahm Defends CTA Screening for Explosives, Saying, 'The World Is Different'

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said he expected the screenings to be done with "sensitivity."