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Presentation - CTA Crowding Reduction Plan - August 2012

Presentation - CTA Crowding Reduction Plan - August 2012

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Published by: Gapers Block on Aug 23, 2012
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In a major initiative to meet growing ridership and improve rider comfortthroughout the system, the CTA is adding
$16 million in additional busand train service
to high-demand bus and train routes. The additions toservice
will reduce the time between trains and buses and lower peakcrowd loads 
by between 10 percent and 15 percent in most cases.Ridership on the CTA has risen for 16 consecutive months, adding 22million new riders since June 2011.The CTA will continue to routinely review and make adjustments to service
to ensure that service meets customers’ needs and provide it in a cost
-effective manner.
Working in concert with Northwestern
University’s Transportation Center, the CTA is
comprehensively restructuring its routes andschedules based on changing ridership patterns.In addition, the CTA is eliminating routes thatduplicate existing service or that have extremelylow ridership. This plan adds service to someareas and beefs up service where demand hasoutstripped the traditional allocation of busesand trains. There is no net cost to CTA.

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