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Metra Commuter Rail

Editorial: Cheaper Metra on the South Side Would Ease Chicago's Transit Inequities

The Red Line extension to 130th is still unfunded and a universal Chicago fare card hasn’t materialized, but in the immediate term, the Metra can run more trains and charge lower fares to help get the South Side moving.

August 12, 2019 - Chicago Tribune

Car2Go

Point-to-Point Car Share Enters Chicago Market

Mode-share enthusiasts excited to get new car share option in the city, though some question why the service is limited to white areas of the city.

July 28, 2018 - Streetsblog Chicago

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