Public transit is vital to Chicago’s way of life, and CDOT and CTA are partners in this system, sharing common goals and vision that ensures safe and efficient transit service while working together to solving transit problems.
CTA buses run on the streets CDOT builds, and CTA trains operate on a rail network that includes 50 miles of track and more than 50 stations built and owned by CDOT.
CDOT focuses its work on planning, architectural and engineering projects, while passing funds onto the CTA for signals, power and other system needs. In the last two years, CDOT completed a major reconstruction of the Grand/State Red Line Station and a new Morgan Station serving the Green and Pink Lines.
The partnership also includes the design and construction of future Bus Rapid Transit facilities across Chicago, as well as the development of bicycle, pedestrian and other inter-modal facilities to provide access to transit or an alternative option to motor vehicle travel.
|Apr 19, 2013||Mayor Emanuel, CTA and CDOT Announce Next Steps in Pursuit of Bus Rapid Transit on Ashland Avenue|
|Feb 20, 2013||Bus Rapid Transit in Central Loop East-West Corridor Will Provide Balanced Separation of Bus, Bike and Traffic Lanes|
|Jan 31, 2013||Rockefeller Foundation Renews Support for Chicago Bus Rapid Transit Development|
|Sep 7, 2012||Renovation of Clark/Division CTA Station to Begin September 10th|
|May 24, 2012||Mayor Emanuel Announces Morgan Station is Open for Green and Pink Lines|