Topic : Chicago Transit Authority

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New CTA safety plan to add more officers, use smart policing tech

Security and Safety | March 3, 2020

Also, a new stragetic support center will provide access to more than 32,000 surveillance cameras already installed on CTA property.

CTA to pilot all-door boarding on two bus routes

Bus| February 24, 2020

Has the potential to reduce boarding times by as much as 50% and improve the overall customer experience.

Management & Operations| February 11, 2020

Chicago Transit contract enables SBEs to bid directly on projects

This is first time the agency will set aside opportunities for SBEs to work directly as prime contractors for engineering services.

Management & Operations| February 10, 2020

CTA teams to launch STEM-focused scholarship program

The new fund will provide college scholarships and mentoring supports, along with access to career development opportunities.

Management & Operations| December 12, 2019

Chicago Transit Authority to triple digital advertising network

New contract will generate up to $247.5M in revenues for agency over next five years.

Management & Operations| November 26, 2019

Report makes recommendations for more equitable transit system

Creating a reduced fare program is one of the suggestions by Chicago-based nonprofit Active Transportation Alliance.

Management & Operations| November 25, 2019

Chicago Transit approves $1.57B operating, $5.1B capital budgets

Ensures continued improvements aimed at providing customers with faster, smoother and safer public transit services.

Management & Operations| October 28, 2019

Chicago Transit budget proposal continues modernization, holds fares steady

Will also invest $310 million into the $2.3 billion Red Line extension project extending line by 5.3 miles, with four new stations.

Rail| October 3, 2019

Chicago breaks ground on historic 'RPM' rail project

The groundbreaking is the latest project to modernize the Red Line — CTA’s busiest line that serves more than 30% of all rail customers.

Management & Operations| September 9, 2019

CTA debuts buttons to help pregnant riders to find a seat

As part of the "Baby on Board!" pilot program, the free buttons are available through a variety of channels, including online ordering.


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