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Chicago Transit budget proposal continues modernization, holds fares steady

Management & Operations| October 28, 2019

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

Chicago breaks ground on historic 'RPM' rail project

Rail| October 3, 2019

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| October 30, 2018

Chicago Transit adds 500 cameras to upgrade security efforts

Will add 1,000 new cameras and upgrade more than 3,000 older-model cameras to the latest-generation high-definition models.

Management & Operations| September 17, 2018

CTA seeking corporate sponsorships for iconic assets

The Superlative Group was awarded the contract based on its successful track record in monetizing transit agency assets throughout the U.S.

Rail| September 5, 2018

Chicago Transit unveils newly modernized Blue Line station

In addition to accessibility upgrades, the project improved station and platform lighting, installed new security cameras, and provided new CTA Bus and Train Tracker displays.

Security and Safety | August 14, 2018

CTA upgrading security cameras as part of 'Safe and Secure' program

Work is underway to upgrade old cameras to high-definition and add new cameras at four stations along the Blue Line.

Technology| June 14, 2018

Chicago Transit awards Proterra $32M order for battery-electric buses

The buses will include new passenger information screens to show real-time travel information and other service information.

Security and Safety | May 22, 2018

CTA upgrades 600 security cameras for rail safety program launch

Along with lighting improvements along the Green Line, the upgrade kicks off the first of several phases of the Safe & Secure program.

Mobility| March 1, 2018

Chicago Transit launches 'Safe and Secure' program to improve safety

Program will upgrade 3,800 system cameras to high-definition and add 1,000 new cameras; $33 million of improvements to be funded by ride-hailing fee.

Rail| February 6, 2018

Chicago Transit launches program to speed 'L' train commutes

The $179 million investment is being funded through a small increase in fees charged to app-based ride-hailing companies operating in Chicago.

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