The installation of the new security camera monitors across all 145 rail stations will allow Chicago Transit Authority employees to stay aware of activity, ensuring the safety of the CTA workforce and transit riders.
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Formerly known as Uber Pool, the new shared ride option will provide riders across nine U.S. cities with an affordable and sustainable mode of transport, while encouraging the transition away from private owned cars.
The new Regional Connect Pass is replacing two current passes available to Metra monthly pass holders and will provide unlimited rides all month on CTA and Pace services with no day or time restrictions.
The Shared Mobility 2030 Action Agenda and Action Network will bring about more accessible and affordable mobility options, in order to make shared mobility the first choice over private car use.
Multi-year analysis will serve as the first-ever roadmap for the full electrification of CTA’s bus fleet, which will require the replacement of over 1,800 buses.
As more people continue to return to the daily commute, school, or other activities, Chicago Transit Authority’s ridership continues to reach its highest levels since the before the start of the pandemic.
The CTA’s decision has proved controversial among some transit unions, but the authority has insisted it does not want to fire anyone.
The CTA has received the top awards from APTA for its service to Chicago residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, when it ran a full-service schedule.
Transit Ambassadors will help welcome and reassure travellers back onto Chicago’s transit network, while the CTA has also announced it’s dropping capacity limits on its buses and trains.
Uber riders in Chicago will gain access to new ‘Transit’ option, allowing them to receive public transport information in the app.
Expanding into citywide service provision in Chicago, Via will bring transit solutions to some of the city's most under-served areas.
Wi-Fi installed by the Chicago Transit Authority is thought to have cost in excess of $1 million and ensures connectivity throughout Chicago's 22 miles of subway and tunnels.
Bestmile completed a research case study in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., comparing shared and unshared service performance, and their ability to reduce kilometres driven and increase fleet efficiency.
Challenging the concept of traditional car ownership, Lyft is proposing customers replace their cars with public and shared transport options for a whole month.