CTA will resume rail and bus service Wednesday morning, but trains and buses will continue to bypass stops in the Loop.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Tuesday night that the downtown area would be “cautious[ly] reopening” at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning after a four-day shutdown sparked by a weekend of protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
All CTA train and bus service will be suspended Monday night starting at 9:30 p.m. and won’t resume until 6 a.m. Tuesday morning.
A person was injured after a CTA bus crashed into a building Monday in Rogers Park on the North Side.
The CTA announced it would be suspending all buses and trains Sunday evening in the wake of widespread protests that turned violent Saturday.
On Sunday night, the CTA announced that all train and bus service would be suspended until Monday morning. Metra announced late Sunday that Monday's train service was completely canceled.
The National Guard will be in Chicago to support the police department and to protect citizens and their First Amendment rights, the leader of the Illinois Guard said Sunday, in the wake of protests over the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.
City officials announced new precautionary measures Sunday meant to keep residents safe during the turbulent protests taking place downtown.
A teenager is accused of murdering a man by shoving him in front of an oncoming Chicago train.
Green Line service was disrupted for about an hour Saturday because of a “medical emergency” in west suburban Oak Park.
Two people were injured when a car crashed into a CTA bus Friday after someone fired gunshots in Woodlawn on the South Side.
CTA Red Line trains resumed service Friday afternoon after possible animal remains were found on the tracks at the Jarvis Avenue station, police said.
A sixth CTA employee has died from the coronavirus, the agency announced Thursday.
A bus operator is the fifth CTA employee to die of COVID-19, the agency announced Tuesday.
Video from @CHICAGOCREATUR1 / Twitter shows water taking over the lower level of a CTA bus Sunday during the city's record-setting rainfall.
There were disruptions on the CTA Red, Yellow and Purple Lines Sunday after a train derailed in Rogers Park.
Service was suspended on the Blue Line Tuesday after a man was found dead on the tracks at the Kedzie-Homan stop on the West Side.
A man died from self-inflicted injuries Saturday after an hours-long standoff with police that shut down the Dan Ryan Expressway and the CTA Red Line on the South Side, according to police.
Lukasz Strok allegedly ran a red light at Washington and Clark streets, crashing into a bus in the intersection, police said.
The driver was taken to the hospital for treatment, police said.