Chicago Transit Authority

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Downtown »

The new Loop 'L' stop is projected to be the fifth busiest station in the city once it opens. 

River North »

A tech startup hopes to fill 40 jobs by placing "coding challenges" at bus stops across the city.

North Center »

Robynne Wallace has boarded the bus at all times, in all directions, gathering comments from riders.

Lakeview »

In the first of three meetings, the CTA will ask neighbors about their ideal redevelopment plans.

Roseland »

The 95th Street station on the CTA Red Line is undergoing a $280 million renovation.

Edgewater »

The Chicago Motor Bus Company ran from Devon Avenue to Downtown in 40 minutes, stopping whenever hailed.

The Loop »

The bank robber tried to use the CTA as a getaway.

Downtown »

The new stop at Washington and Wabash will "probably open by late spring," the city said. 

Hegewisch »

About 300 people will work at the factory on the Southeast Side of Chicago.

Bridgeport »

The bus will continue to operate on 31st Street from Bridgeport to Bronzeville through September.

Beverly »

The new cafe offers discounts to police, firefighters, teachers, bus drivers, mail carriers and more.

Irving Park »

Transportation advocates have begun an 1½-year effort to improve bus service — and ridership.

Lincoln Square »

CTA issued a statement debunking the rumor, which has spread on social media.

Near West Side »

The new Near West Side station will fill a 1½ mile gap between stations at California and Ashland.