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Transportation

Divvy bike usage soars to strong start in Chicago with 2,200 members

Bring back discounted 10-ride ticket, Metra boss says

Metra chairman says Clifford severance package necessary to prevent lawsuit

Brad O’Halloran, chairman of the Metra Board of Directors, said on Wednesday that the transit agency faced either providing former Executive Director Alex Clifford a severance package worth hundreds of thousands of dollars or defending a lawsuit that might “take years, [and] cost millions in attorney’s fees and time on the part of our employees.”

Illinois transportation bill set to move forward

20th Annual Highway Report on the Performance of State Highway Systems

Illinois voters want drivers to hang up the cell phones

Chicago adds 25 bike parking corrals

CTA Brown Line Kimball station to close for 10 days starting July 12

CEO severance controversy puts Metra board in harsh spotlight

CTA ends break in extra charge for Blue Line trips from O'Hare

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