A meaningful editorial by RTA Chairman Kirk Dillard appeared in the Chicago Sun Times yesterday. We thought you might like to read it, so we’ve inserted
More and more, riders in the RTA region know a transportation eco-system exists in our region, and its backbone is the six-county public transportation system. Jon
Two bus routes are being restored as pilots due to the CTA listening to its riders. The CTA announced that it is bringing back the
The Chicago Tribune’s Richard Wronski just published a piece that gives Chicago a dubious honor and gives us all more proof that the RTA region’s infamous
RTA staffers Nicole Berry (left) and Jasmine Jackson show off the new signage that will welcome RTA customers to our new office locations on December
The RTA is excited about the recent adoption of Melrose Park’s Broadway Avenue Corridor plan. We helped fund this plan through our Community Planning program.
Here’s way to enjoy the holiday lights, without the aggravation of brake lights along the way! Ride On. Read the CTA Press Release RTA Blog
We at the RTA encourage all riders with smart phones to download the Ventra mobile app released today. Some of our staff members were part
The CTA just issued this important press release about two express routes returning next month. The RTA is a partner in the technology that makes this
How exciting! All CTA Blue Line riders can now enjoy 4G coverage during their commutes. That means no more dropped calls and no more buffering.
The RTA was proud to participate in and support the Chicago chapter of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) panel discussion on small and
The RTA is proud to be able to provide much of the funding for development of the new Ventra app. The new app will make
Welcome to Ride On. Here at the RTA, we are committed to providing public transportation riders in our six-county region with a safe, affordable experience for
We’re proud to participate in the 18th Annual Transportation Symposium and Business Exchange, an event that gives information to local businesses interested in becoming a