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Transportation

Include public in transit reforms, panel urged

Study: Illinois interstates fifth-busiest in nation

Metra 'jumping on board' with Ventra: report

Ventra cards on way to RTA Ride Free, Reduced Fare and ADA Paratransit commuters

Metra board meets for 1st time since CEO's ouster

Free first-day-of school rides available again on CTA for CPS students

O’Hare passport kiosks cutting travel time through Customs

CTA’s ‘buck’ stops with Emanuel, Claypool says

5th Metra Board member resigns

CTA faces modest budget shortfall

The Chicago Transit Authority is $10 million short so far this year in its revenues meeting expenses, but CTA President Forrest Claypool said on Wednesday that there are “multiple options the next five months to close” the gap, and claimed that the shortfall is “just seven-tenths of one percent” of the overall operating budget.

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