Topic : Chicago Transit Authority

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Chicago approves ad contract, DBE program

Rail| December 10, 2009
Under the terms of the print agreement, CTA is guaranteed a minimum of $80 million or 62.5 percent to 63.5 percent of net advertising receipts, whichever is greater, from print advertising over the next five years.

Chicago Transit Authority delays fare hikes

Bus| November 12, 2009
Deal struck with the state of Illinois to curtail increases in exchange for limited funds.
Bus| November 11, 2009

Chicago Transit Authority vendors agree to reductions

Commitments to reduce costs up to a total of $1 million on current contracts.
Bus| October 22, 2009

CTA awards vending, parking contracts

Agency awards Coca Cola and Central Parking Systems new contracts, which will generate approximately $283,000 and $1 million respectively.
Bus| October 14, 2009

Chicago Transit unveils budget recommendations

Identified three areas that have contributed to the shortfall: declining public funding, union contracts and pension obligations.
Bus| September 22, 2009

CTA takes delivery of 58 stimulus-funded buses

The 60-foot hybrid articulated buses are at least 30 percent more fuel efficient than the non-hybrid buses they replaced and are 60 percent lower in emissions.
Rail| August 31, 2009

PB wins Chicago Blue Line contract

Responsible for schedule and cost control and quality/safety assurance, as well as construction supervision, inspection and documentation.
Bus| August 14, 2009

CTA outlines new fare collection project

Contact-less fare payment system would reduce the need for customers to carry cash or have the right denomination or currency to ride the system.
Bus| August 6, 2009

CTA adopts zero tolerance policy on phones, texting

Under the new policy, the use of a personal electronic device by bus or rail personnel while operating a CTA vehicle or equipment is a dischargeable offense.
Bus| July 15, 2009

Chicago balances budget without cuts, increases

Strong performance in both ridership and revenue in the first half of the year, coupled with strict cost controls enabled the CTA to balance the budget without implementing service reductions.

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