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The Loop »

The Brown, Green, Orange and Pink lines will be rerouted Friday night through early Monday morning.

Downtown »

The project will replace an "L" station built in 1895, when Grover Cleveland was president.

Downtown »

You can ride a nearly century-old train or nearly 60-year-old bus Downtown Sunday.

Downtown »

The signs could feature Braille or raised letters to help those with vision impairment.

Lincoln Square »

The long saga of the No. 11 Lincoln Bus route comes to an end on Friday.

Beverly »

Jimmy Jamm's Sweet Potato Cafe in Beverly was scammed out of $500 by someone posing as ComEd.

Wrigleyville »

The texts will be sent before night games at Wrigley and offer incentives to change your commute time.

Albany Park »

Upcoming meetings will seek community input on transit-oriented development opportunities. 

Lincoln Square »

A pilot restoring service on the route did not attract enough riders and will end Sept. 1.

Medical District »

Upgrades to the entrance on Damen include new flooring and a reconstructed station-to-platform ramp.

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.