The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) has selected three prequalified teams to submit proposals for the $3.6 billion Red Line project to extend rapid transit service 5.6 miles to Chicago’s Far South Side.
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The Chicago Transit Board has approved the awarding of a contract for the first stage of work outlined as part of a new, progressive design-build contract that will provide up to $19 million in repairs and improvements for the Western Brown Line station, the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) reported on April 12.
As part of its continued efforts to provide a welcoming environment for all customers, the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) this week entered into an agreement with the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services (DFSS) for additional outreach and support services to be provided to riders who are unsheltered, as well as those grappling with mental health and substance abuse.
Walsh Construction and Fluor Corporation perform drilled shaft installation during a shutdown of Lawrence Avenue in Chicago, part of the Lawrence-to-Bryn Mawr portion of the Red-Purple Modernization.
The Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA) Red Line Extension (RLE) project, which will be one of the most critical and transformative investments for Chicago’s Far South Side communities and benefitting the entire city of Chicago, is one step closer to becoming reality.
Railway Track & Structures magazine takes a closer look at four rail projects going on this year.
U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced a $912.1 million award of American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds to the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA).
As part of the ongoing Your New Blue (YNB) O’Hare Branch Signal Upgrade project, which is now entering its final phase, the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is alerting travelers to upcoming, reoccurring weekend-only project work that will require overnight lane closures of the Kennedy Expressway (I-190) near O’Hare International Airport, and operation of a shuttle train between the O’Hare and Rosemont Blue Line stations.
USDOT announces $11 million in grant awards to help communities plan for transit-oriented development
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced the award of approximately $11 million to 20 projects in 12 states to support comprehensive planning efforts to improve access to public transportation.
Bids rejected for South Shore Line Double Track project Stage A of CTA’s modernization project is ready to begin The government of Canada provides an update on Lac-Mégantic rail bypass project It’s
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is getting ready to enter the construction phase of the Lawrence-Bryn Mawr Modernization Project, which is part of the Red and Purple Line Modernization Program.
MTA’s next-generation signaling system is no match for COVID-19; delays push back completion dates New York State Comptroller says MTA debt levels threaten capital program CTA announces sweeping Red and Purple Line
Chicago Transit Authority is beginning work to replace 100-year-old infrastructure.
This week’s lead video is something we posted earlier in the week, but it is worth a second showing. The below video is a June update on construction progress for California’s high-speed
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) released a video on how crews are sanitizing trains and stations during the coronavirus outbreak.
The hope that Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA) Red Line may run a little deeper in the future has not faded one bit. The CTA Board has decided to look into extending the
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is trying to sort out the answers a day after a Brown Line train and a Purple Line train collided on the tracks. The accident happened near
Chicago transportation leaders celebrated the groundbreaking for a new Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) station serving the Green Line at Damen Avenue and Lake Street last week.
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is investing nearly $4 million in railroad track improvements at its Addison Red Line station, the authority announced.
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), the agency that oversees the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Metra and Pace Suburban Bus and Pace ADA-Paratransit, is requesting public feedback regarding nine Chicago-area projects being proposed