Chicago Transit Authority

Chicago Transit Authority

The Chicago Transit Authority, created by state legislation, began operation in 1947 after acquiring independent transit companies. It is governed by a seven-member board appointed by the mayor and the governor and is overseen by the Regional Transportation Authority. Serving the city and 35 suburbs, the agency has an average weekday ridership of about 1.7 million. The CTA has almost 1,900 buses on 127 routes. Nearly 1,400 rail cars operate on eight routes, including service to O’Hare International Airport and Midway Airport. The agency in 2014 completed a transition to Ventra, a contactless fare-payment system.

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