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Lincoln Square »

Pick a seat — any seat — on our interactive and see how you compare to the rest of the city.

Uptown »

The entrance on the south side of Wilson Avenue opened for the first time Wednesday morning.

Uptown »

The mayor asked the CTA to "expedite" the process after a conversation with a resident, officials said.

The Loop »

CTA said drivers will speed up as they and commuters get used to new layout, including low side mirrors.

West Loop »

A new CTA system unveiled Monday aims to eliminate "bus gapping" and "bunching.”

Lincoln Square »

Survey results show riders reject the CTA's claim that the Brown Line is a substitute for bus service.

O'Hare »

The preliminary report released Monday also confirmed the operator said she fell asleep at the helm.

Jefferson Park »

The four-year, $492 million project also includes cell service in the subway and track work.

Rogers Park »

CTA officials said the man did not appear to trip onto the tracks.

Lakeview »

CTA officials could not locate a joyrider who rode atop a moving train Friday evening.

Ravenswood »

The CTA's controversial new open-fare system is the target of a petition nearly 1,000 have signed.

Uptown »

The nearly 100-year-old Wilson station will be renovated, beginning in middle of next year.