CTA crowd reduction plan eliminates 12 routes
September 12, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The CTA has unanimously approved its controversial plan aimed at reducing crowd congestion on some of its most popular routes.
- MORE INFO: CTA Plan to Reduce Crowding
The plan will eliminate 12 of what the transit agency calls "duplicative" or "low-ridership routes."
The CTA will then add services at no additional costs to riders or taxpayers to high demand routes across the city.
The crowd reduction plan will go into effect this December.
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