RTA in Step 2 of COVID-19 recovery strategy

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the RTA is in the midst of its three step recovery strategy. Read more about the current step, to execute the 2021 budget and make decisions as needed to sustain transit through this time of uncertainty, in a memo and blog post

Subscribe for COVID-19 recovery updates

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, public transit remains an essential service. Sign up to receive regular updates about how COVID-19 is affecting transit in the Chicago region and visit the COVID Transit Data Dashboard for more.

RTA accepting applications for Community Planning program

High need communities are invited to apply for the RTA Community Planning program, which focuses on providing planning assistance to municipalities on issues at the intersection of public transportation and land use. Applications will be accepted until February 3, 2021. Read more about the types of projects being accepted in a blog post.

RTA Applications for Community Planning

Comment on Human Services Transportation Plan

The RTA is completing an update to its Human Services Transportation Plan, which outlines recommendations to improve mobility for older adults, individuals with disabilities, and low income residents in the Chicago region. Please send any comments on the plan to Heather Mullins, mullinsh@rtachicago.org by Friday, February 5.


Invest in Transit  strategic plan

The RTA Board adopted the Invest in Transit plan to set a bold vision and goals for our region’s transit agencies over the next five years.

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