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  • Prosecutors: Man cut fellow CTA bus rider's face over 'disrespect'

    Prosecutors: Man cut fellow CTA bus rider's face over 'disrespect'
    A 55-year-old man cut another rider's face with a large hunting knife on a CTA bus this week after accusing the other man of disrespecting him, prosecutors said today.
  • Deadline looms to transfer old CTA fare card balances

    Deadline looms to transfer old CTA fare card balances
    CTA riders who still have old farecards tucked away in wallets, purses and junk drawers have until Sept. 2 to mail them to the CTA to transfer remaining balances to registered Ventra cards, transit officials are reminding customers. Farecards must be...

    Chicago cyclists face confusion over bike parking rights

    Chicago cyclists face confusion over bike parking rights
    Chicago cyclists might have more to worry about than bike thieves when parking their bikes outside. Some building managers don’t want people locking up bikes near their entrances, and will go as far as cutting them off the fixtures they are locked...

    Test your lung capacity at 3 CTA stops

    Test your lung capacity at 3 CTA stops
    Can you hold your breath for longer than Harry Houdini? At three downtown CTA bus stops, riders can test their lung fortitude against Houdini, a legendary escape artist who was able to hold his breath for longer than three minutes. To celebrate its...

    CTA narrows field for south Red Line route

     CTA narrows field for south Red Line route
    The route of the planned CTA Red Line extension on the Far South Side will run either immediately east or west of a freight railroad right of way, a decision that narrows five alternatives for the estimated $2.3 billion project down to two "desirable...