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Roseland »

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

Jefferson Park »

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

Downtown »

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

Lakeview »

City officials are racing the clock with $1.1 billion on the line.

Lincoln Park »

Unsuccessful in pulling victim from train, "the offender then fled at the Clybourn stop," police said.

Lincoln Park »

But supporter Allan Mellis called the revived route and hours of operation "indequate."

Wrigleyville »

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

River North »

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

Lincoln Park »

Artist Mathew Wilson said ultimately "everyone's from somewhere else."

Albany Park »

It's a daily question for many Chicagoans. Here's your chance to compare yourself to fellow commuters.

Downtown »

"City Railways Go Above and Below" is a new book based on the above- and below-ground Red Line.

Downtown »

The Red Line isn't the only CTA train that goes under the Chicago River.

Lakeview »

The all-plastic seats are getting mixed reviews on Reddit, including: "better than an unknown stain."

The Loop »

A study to be released next week will begin the process of choosing a track path to 130th Street.

Edgewater »

The proposed TIF District would help fix the Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr stations.