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Transportation

Travelers spend night on snowbound Amtrak trains

Storm closes Indiana interstates, cancels South Shore train service

Passengers stuck on Midway tarmac for hours

Groups to CTA union: Save ex-offender jobs program

Ventra failures resulted in $1.2 million in free rides

Cabbies get racy for 2014 calendar to raise cash for lawsuit against city

State senator, IDOT fight to raise speed limits on city expressways

Ventra oh-so-close to meeting benchmarks set by CTA

RTA Board chairman: Search for new leader might take a ‘few months’

The Regional Transportation Authority Board approved on Wednesday the selection of an interim executive director to replace departing head Joseph Costello, but indicated that a state transit task force’s investigation could delay the agency's efforts to find a permanent replacement.

“We will convene a subcommittee of this board to begin a search, as is customary, for a permanent executive director,” Board Chairman John Gates said at Wednesday’s monthly board meeting. “I guess because of all the controversy surrounding transit going on in Springfield, that will take a few months.”

CTA on hunt for art to spruce up Blue Line stops in Wicker Park, Logan Sq.

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