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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

Circle interchange reconstruction brings tangle of emotions for workers, residents

Tollway OKs $44 million contract for ‘cutting-edge’ payment system

RTA to investigate Metra CEO severance package; Board briefed on Ventra system implementation

At the start of Wednesday’s Regional Transportation Authority monthly board meeting RTA Chairman John Gates said that RTA staff will look into the severance package given to former Metra CEO Alex Clifford.

“Our staff will be looking into the approval of that,” Gates said. “It is certainly the purview of Metra to hire and fire who they please. However, the responsible use of taxpayer assets and the financial oversight and audit of the service boards is something that we’ll be looking into on this particular issue.”

Metra offering $5 unlimited ride ticket for Blackhawks rally

RTA opens probe into big Metra settlement with its ex-CEO