More than a year into development of the next regional transit strategic plan, the RTA is continuing to engage with new audiences about the future of transit in northeastern Illinois, and we want to hear from you.
The RTA, in partnership with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), are hosting their annual call for communities to apply for technical assistance and help them prosper in the years ahead. Learn more and apply below.
Created by the State of Illinois, the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) coordinates the Chicago region’s transit system, oversees its financing with transparency and accountability, and plans for a future with adequate, accessible, and equitable public transportation for the six counties of Northeastern Illinois.
The RTA is now developing the region's next strategic transit plan, the successor to Invest in Transit. Three tracks, which focus on funding, planning, and transparent and collaborative engagement, will advance simultaneously to help articulate a strategic vision that will be considered by the RTA Board for adoption in January 2023.
Riders with disabilities and seniors can now apply for, replace, and renew Reduced Fare and Ride Free Permits online with an easy-to-use web application at Fares.RTAChicago.org.
Chicagoland’s public transit system contributes to our region’s economic, environmental, and social health in ways and at a scale nothing else can.
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