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O'Hare derailment video surfaces as operator admits she fell asleep

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Ashland closes this weekend for Bloomingdale bridge work

NTSB: Chicago train not speeding before crash

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It's time to merge metro Chicago's transit agencies

Blue Line closures in Logan Square to begin this weekend

RTA chairman: Transit Task Force not ‘interested in facts’

Regional Transportation Authority Board Chairman John Gates responded Wednesday to recommendations made by Gov. Pat Quinn’s Northeastern Illinois Public Transit Task Force to eliminate the agency, as well as the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and PACE, and then consolidate their functions under a single entity.

Under the current model of governance, each of the four agencies has its own board and executive staff. The task force called for the creation of one consolidated agency, where the CTA, Metra and Pace would be “operating divisions” without autonomous leadership.

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