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RTA Board approves final Metra settlement audit report, begins to look for ways to recoup settlement money

Regional Transportation Authority Board members on Wednesday signed off on the agency’s final audit of Metra’s settlement with former Metra CEO Alex Clifford. According to testimony at Wednesday’s meeting, the agencies will now focus on how to offset payments to Clifford.

Clifford resigned in June pursuant to a severance agreement worth up to $871,000. Metra approved the agreement to avoid a potential lawsuit that the former CEO had threatened to file against the agency.

Plan to rebuild Red, Purple Lines gets boost from federal government

New Ventra scare: System overrides debit card PINs

No one's driving the Union Station rebuild train

Chicago Transit Authority approves $1.38B 2014 budget

The Chicago Transit Authority Board unanimously approved on Wednesday a $1.38 billion budget for 2014 that preserves services and includes no transit fare increases.

In 2014, the CTA plans to undertake the $240 million expansion of the the Red Line's 95th/Dan Ryan station, a $203 million renovation of the Wilson Red Line station, and the construction of a new Green Line station at Cermak/McCormick.

Ventra fails have a new app

CTA pension fund sticks with adviser under SEC probe

Metra hoping to jump on the Ventra bandwagon by August

Ventra charges some bus riders as they exit, drivers say

CTA to suspend weekend service between Roosevelt and 35th Green Line stops

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