NewsViews: CTA President Forrest Claypool
November 13, 2011 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- On this NewsViews: CTA President Forrest Claypool defends his public criticism of union work rules, and says a billion-dollar project will remake the Red Line into a virtually new railroad.
$646 million of the one billion was generated by bonds sold after the governor signed the 2009 Illinois capital bill.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel says rehabbing the 79-million-passengers-a-year red line--called the backbone of Chicago's light rail system--will help attract businesses.
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