In February, Illinois legislators began debating a concealed carry law, including whether firearms should be allowed on public transportation.
Transit agencies across the country are discovering that passengers want to pay for fares the same way they pay for everything else — with their own bank cards or smartphones.
Within the past year, several U.S. transit agencies have revamped their advertising policies in an attempt to generate more non-farebox revenue.
Transit agencies’ lost and found departments catalog, store and sometimes track down the owners of items left on buses and railcars.
Greater Good’s plan for the innovative app stems from co-founder George Aye’s experience as lead designer at CTA.
Chicago RTA's new multi-modal trip planning tool provides side-by-side comparisons of transit, driving and walking travel options. It includes Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace routes.
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