Riders for Better Transit is having its first Day of Action!
This week, CTA held open houses to update the public on the progress of the Red and Purple Modernization Project. Riders for Better Transit s
Congress is currently debating our federal transportation programs and spending, and the way things are going, the impacts to transit riders could be disastrous.
Funding for dozens of new transportation projects are at risk.
With 4,000 miles of streets and most of Chicago paved over to accommodate cars, it's hard to fathom how adding protected bike lanes and bus lanes to a tiny percentage of streets will force people o
We already know transit fares will be going up for many riders next year. Metra riders will pay 25 percent more to get around our region and CTA fare hikes are still on the table for 2012.
It’s been an eventful few weeks for transit in the Chicago region. So here’s a recap to keep you up-to-date.
As Active Transportation Alliance employees, we always attempt to walk, bike or take transit when visiting clients or attending meetings away from the office.
Over the last week, representatives from Active Trans' Riders for Better Transit campaign attended both the CTA and Metra public hearings about their proposed budgets for 2012.
Active Trans applauds Governor Pat Quinn and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for investing in our region’s transit system.