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CTA debuts Website redesign

Posted on December 17, 2008

The Chicago Transit Authority has launched its redesigned Website, www.transitchicago.com.

The site features new tools and intuitive navigation making it easier for customers to access the information they most commonly seek, whether from a desktop or from a mobile device.

Improving accessibility for customers with disabilities was a key element in the design of the new site. The new layout and design have been developed to follow modern Web standards, as well as meet both federal and state guidelines for accessibility.

The overhaul of the CTA Website is one of many steps the agency is taking to leverage existing communication tools as well as develop new ones to provide customers with access to clear, timely and easy-to-use service information.

New features and enhancements to transitchicago.com include: urgent service information, mobile access, multilingual content and RSS feeds.

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