A taco shop at (almost) every el stop.
The year in review in federal—and local—transportation news.
A look at how exactly the city manages to clear the major streets so efficiently after a major snow event.
Income from ads, sponsorship, and operations went up while losses went down.
“If a woman has headphones on, she doesn’t want to talk to anyone unless the train is literally on fire.”
Tips for men who want to make walking, biking, and transit a little less crummy for women
FOIA’d documents show the $41 million project has had only a modest impact on bus speeds.
The culprit? A short-sighted decision to remove a critical piece of security hardware from Chicago’s docking stations.
After a bad week for bike crashes, cyclists urged city officials to take action
After announcing that the pilot would end this week, the CTA is giving the route a reprieve
Bus advocates say that, due to an anemic schedule, the route never really had a chance.
A pilot run seems to have fizzled, and Third Ward alderman Pat Dowell is arguing in favor of canceling the service.
While dockless bike share is experiencing growing pains or worse in other cities, records show that DoBi providers LimeBike and Pace are doing decently.
Despite a limited, gerrymandered service area, officials say they’re optimistic that the tech will catch on.
Cycle of injustice continues as blacks still ticketed at far higher rates for biking violations.