Metra just announced it is looking for a “ride share partner” to join the commuter railroad in helping riders solve what we in transit call
Congratulations to the CTA! The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration has announced its selections for an expanded Low or No-Emission (Low-No) Bus Competitive Grant Program.
We are proud to support the disability community by serving as a Gold Sponsor at Saturday’s 13th Annual Disability Pride Parade. Held in downtown Chicago, the
It’s National Anti-Boredom Month (yawn) so we’ve got some great ideas on how you can kick your boredom blues! Take transit and explore the region!
My name is Linda Miller and I’m an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Certifier in the RTA’s Mobility Services Department. The RTA manages the ADA
Ever wondered who’s behind the scenes at the RTA? It’s us! We recently took a break to pose for a staff photo and now we’d
Up and coming leaders from transit systems around the country are in our region this week, to share ideas and learn best practices as part
I was proud to be on a panel today at the Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS) Chicago Chapter’s Women in Leadership luncheon. I shared the
Join us, along with CTA, Metra and Pace for AccessChicago 2016 Expo for People with Disabilities tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Navy
Union Station will be modernized to improve and enhance the station’s performance and the RTA is proud to be behind it. RTA Chairman Kirk Dillard,
The 95th Street Terminal is getting a facelift with the RTA’s help. We’re providing partial funding and overseeing the 95th Street Terminal Improvement Project.
We at the RTA feel our regional public transportation system is the backbone of today’s evolving transportation eco-system. “Shared mobility” has become a key phrase
If you’re staying in town to celebrate the Fourth of July, we’re reminding riders that public transportation is the way to go. Public transportation