A new transit taxing district surrounding the Red Line on the North Side could generate at least $5 billion in revenue—far more than the city had previously claimed.
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Interview with the Chicago Reader's Ben Joravsky on the Emanuel administration's scramble, after the presumed election of Donald Trump as president, to secure federal funding and TIF designation for Red Line reconstruction.
The Chicago Transit Authority will let the public weigh in on proposed tax-increment financing of its Red and Purple Modernization project.
In a report long held confidential by Metra, an investigator finds no wrongdoing by ousted executive director Alex Clifford.
Metra has revealed that it has a written report of an investigation into the claims of former executive director Alex Clifford.
Interview with transit professional Derrick James about what stands in the way of a single, regional fare card for Chicagoland.