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  • A timeline for renovation of CTA Wilson Red Line stop

    A timeline for renovation of CTA Wilson Red Line stop
    The Wilson Red Line stop has had a long, slow and smelly road to redemption. RedEye takes a look at the Uptown station's historical highlights and lowlights.
  • Behind the cost of pricey CTA station projects

    Behind the cost of pricey CTA station projects
    What can $240 million buy? How about: Second baseman Robinson Cano for 10 years in a 2013 deal inked by the Seattle Mariners, which didn't make the playoffs this year though Cano was named Mariners player of the year. Or: Hawaii's largest...

    What Clicked: The most popular stories for Sept. 22-28

    What Clicked: The most popular stories for Sept. 22-28
    Every time you click a RedEye link, an ear-splitting alarm goes off in our office. OK, so that's pretty far from truth. But we do have (not-so) complicated tools to track exactly what everyone is reading. They tell us a lot about you, dear reader....

    Revamp of Loop traffic, bus-only route and bike lanes moving forward

     Revamp of Loop traffic, bus-only route and bike lanes moving forward
    The Emanuel administration will announce Monday that it is seeking bids to construct three long-planned transit projects aimed at providing faster and more reliable service for hundreds of thousands of daily commuters and city visitors who ride CTA...

    Book-share program comes to the CTA

    Book-share program comes to the CTA
    Forget books on wheels. Try books on rails: The CTA is being transformed into a mobile library. As part of Chicago Ideas Week, Chicago ad agency Leo Burnett on Sunday started placing hundreds of books on "L" train seats across the system with the hope...