Comment on the 2023 Regional Budget
The 2023 Regional Transit Budget and Capital Program includes $3.6 billion to keep buses and trains moving and $5.7 billion in projects to maintain and improve the system. Comment on the budget by December 15.
A government agency created by the State of Illinois to coordinate the Chicago region’s transit system, oversee its financing with transparency and accountability, and plan for a future with adequate, accessible, and equitable public transportation for the six counties of Northeastern Illinois. Learn more about the work we do...
For the Region
Learn about regional planning and collaboration, innovative mobility pilots, and how the transit system is performing.
Find out how your community can apply for funding to plan and implement transit-friendly policies.
Plan your trip and learn how we are making the system more affordable and accessible for all.
The RTA has invested more than $22.5 million in communities to improve access to transit for bicyclists and pedestrians. Improvements like new sidewalks, signage, and shelters make transit safer and more enjoyable for riders.
The RTA has selected ten projects for its Access to the Transit program, which provides funding to municipalities to complete engineering and construction for small-scale capital improvements, such as filling sidewalk gaps and installing covered bicycle parking, that improve pedestrian and bicycle connections to transit.
View ridership statistics, maps, and find out where we are investing in transit infrastructure near you on RTAMS, the Regional Transportation Authority Mapping and Statistics website.Get the data