A Sign of the Times!
January 13, 2016
Have you had to look for a CTA bus when getting off a Metra train you don't ride often? Have you ever looked for a Pace bus at a Metra stop and had no idea where to begin? Many of us could make our daily commutes "in our sleep" but when we're suddenly in the middle of someone else's commute, riders dashing past, it's easy to feel a bit bewildered.
The RTA is trying to help.
RTA planning staff recently briefed the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Project Section Committee on the status of the RTA's interagency signage program. The briefing was held at the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP).
For the last few years the RTA has lead a collaborative effort with CTA, Metra, Pace and municipal partners to design and deploy a system of interagency signage designed for passengers who make train and bus transfers. As part of the demonstration phase of the program, interagency signage has been installed at the following locations:
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