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April 19, 2013

Chicago advances BRT plans

The announcement is based on a year-long assessment of various BRT alternatives along Ashland and Western avenues. Through the results of this analysis, CTA and CDOT will prioritize BRT for Ashland Avenue to meet the needs of bus riders in this corridor.


February 21, 2013

Chicago unveils proposed BRT lane configurations

Plans for the Central Loop East-West Transit Corridor include designated bus-priority lanes on two miles of streets The Loop BRT corridor will serve Union Station, Ogilvie Transportation Center, CTA subways and Navy Pier with more than 1,700 buses per day, making it one of the busiest bus routes in the nation. Expected to start service in 2014.


February 5, 2013

Chicago awarded $1M in BRT funds from Rockefeller Foundation

Will support the Chicago DOT and Chicago Transit Authority’s research, technical support, project management and community engagement.


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