A redesigned Regional Transportation Authority Mapping and Statistics (RTAMS) website is now available for users to explore, search, and study data from the Chicago region’s transit network. The website,
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the RTA is in the midst of its three step recovery strategy to sustain the region’s transit system and plan for its
Joint Call for Planning Assistance open through Wednesday, February 3 The RTA is partnering with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) to issue a
Amid one of the most challenging years for transit, the RTA and the three Service Boards (CTA, Metra, and Pace) continue to advance key capital
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) has begun work with the communities of Cicero and Riverside to support zoning code updates through the agency’s Community Planning
Survey seeks input on RTA transit recovery scenario planning
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) has begun work with the Village of Cary to complete a Downtown Strategic Plan. The goal is to encourage private
RTA funds Phase I engineering for bicycle, pedestrian transit access improvements in four communities.
The City of Crystal Lake and the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) have begun a planning process to create the Crystal Lake and Pingree Road Stations
On July 30, 2020, I sent a letter to the Illinois Congressional delegation to reiterate that the RTA strongly supports including additional federal resources for
This month the RTA is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Village of Maywood recently adopted the Downtown Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Plan, which was supported by the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Community Planning program.
The RTA and Pace have partnered to study opportunities for express bus services along the I-294 Tri-State Tollway corridor. The agencies have selected AECOM, a
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) opened a public comment period for its new regional Framework for Transit Capital Investments. Prepared by RTA staff in partnership
As our state and nation continue to recover from the pandemic, public transit remains an essential service, responsible for transporting health care employees, emergency responders,
In late May, the Chicago Plan Commission voted to adopt the South Shore Corridor Study, which was supported by the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Community
For more than a decade, the RTA has partnered with the City of Evanston on projects to improve transit accessibility through the agency’s Community Planning and Access to Transit programs. See more in a new interactive story map.
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) has launched a new online dashboard with information about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the region’s transit network.