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Downtown »

You can get completely free bus and train rides for New Year's Eve.

Bridgeport »

Supporters of the revived bus route said the pilot program's success has been hampered by its hours.

Downtown »

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

Chatham »

The bus was involved in a crash in Chatham on Thursday, officials said.

Irving Park »

The stations are the latest slated for public art projects, CTA announced Wednesday.

Lincoln Square »

It will cost about $385,000 to operate the extended route another six months, the CTA said.

Lincoln Square »

The CTA Board will decide Wednesday whether to extend the pilot of the No. 11 bus for six more months.

Uptown »

Base Line, a unique holiday market organized by Axis Lab, will pop up on Argyle Street Saturday.

Roseland »

The $75 million will be used to finalize the alignment of the tracks and study the environmental impact.

Downtown »

The man behind the city's bus and L announcements is a voiceover actor from Milwaukee.

The Loop »

The decorated "L" train will make appearances on every CTA line

Wrigleyville »

Including buses, the CTA provided nearly 2 million rides to people for the Cubs Parade.

Albany Park »

After a Brown Line train hit a car Monday, we get to the bottom of why the "L" has grade crossings.

Lincoln Park »

The vicious storms blew through Chicago in an hour, leaving damage and flooded streets behind.

Beverly »

Repairs include 103rd and 107th streets along with the intersection of 115th Street and Pulaski Road.