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Uptown »

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

Wicker Park »

In 2016, advertising generated more than $27 million for CTA, the transit authority said.

Uptown »

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

Uptown »

Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr stations to be rehabbed; construction to start in 2018.

Downtown »

The Second Chance program is caught in the middle as the CTA negotiates with unions.

Jefferson Park »

The project ushered in refurbished platforms, new lights and added security cameras at five stations.

River North »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel promised every bus or train car will be new or rehabbed by the end of 2019.

Lincoln Square »

The six-month pilot of the returning No. 11 Lincoln Avenue bus kicks off at 10 a.m. Monday.

Lincoln Square »

The No. 11 Lincoln Bus is set to start rolling again June 20, according to Ald. Ameya Pawar.

Lincoln Square »

From devastating fires, to a restored bus line, to many new restaurants and breweries, a look at 2015.

Lincoln Park »

President Dorval Carter restored the No. 11 Lincoln bus on a pilot basis.

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and CTA officials announced improvements Tuesday along the No. 9 and 49 bus routes.