Slow rebirth of aging transit system? Not yet

Slow rebirth of aging transit system? Not yet

I really like and appreciate the ongoing coverage of our ailing transit system provided by Tribune transportation reporter John Hilkevitch

Transit rally Tuesday: Say "no" to service delays, fare increases and over-crowding!

Transit rally Tuesday: Say "no" to service delays, fare increases and over-crowding!

While the CTA and Metra are considering fare hikes and service cuts for their 2012 budgets, our legislators in DC are considering massive cuts to funding for public transit.

Declare yourself car-free on Sept. 22!

Declare yourself car-free on Sept. 22!

On Sept. 22, join thousands of people across Chicagoland who are declaring themselves car-free in favor of transit, walking and biking for Chicagoland Car-Free Day!

Save money on your transit costs while bringing in cash for your employer

Save money on your transit costs while bringing in cash for your employer

Did you know you could save money on your transit expenses if your employer was enrolled in the pre-tax Transit Benefit Fare Program?

Chicago BRT proposals get attention

Chicago BRT proposals get attention

This blog article in The Transport Politic by Yonah Freemark

Riders for Better Transit needs you!

Riders for Better Transit needs you!

If you support transit and have a bit of extra time, we need your help.

Commuting with the mayor

Commuting with the mayor

While Active Trans was busy reaching out to transit riders through our new Riders for Better Transit initiative, we learned

Transit and the tollway

Transit and the tollway

The Illinois Tollway on Thursday

New Morgan CTA station rising in the West Loop

New Morgan CTA station rising in the West Loop

To address the needs of a neighborhood growing by leaps and bounds, CTA is building a new L station at Morgan and Lake Streets to serve the Green and Pink Lines in the West Loop.

Active Trans launches new Riders for Better Transit initiative

Active Trans launches new Riders for Better Transit initiative

As transit agencies prepare their budgets for next year, the riding public is bracing itself for another round of possible service cuts and fare increases.

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