Chicago Transit Authority

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Chicago Transit Authority logo.png
Headquarters 567 W. Lake St., Chicago, IL 60661
Area served Chicago, IL
Founded 1947 (from Chicago Rapid Transit Company and Chicago Surface Lines)
Fleet size ~1,865 (bus), ~1,460 (rail)
Number of routes 129 (bus), 8 (rail)
Ridership 515,964,831 (2015, annual)[1]
Union ATU Local 241, ATU Local 308
Website transitchicago.com
Facebook @thecta
Instagram @chicagocta
Twitter @cta
YouTube youtube.com/user/CTAConnections

The Chicago Transit Authority, or CTA, is the public transit operator for the City of Chicago, Illinois. It is a division of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA).

History

Routes

Schedules & Maps

Fares

Current

Facilities

Garages

See Chicago Transit Authority Garages.

Yards

See Chicago Transit Authority Yards.

Bus

Current roster

Fleet
number(s)
Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
700-701 2014 NFI XE40 Siemens
  • Delivered on June 2014.[2][3]
  • Plug-in electric (charged at the garage), estimated range 80-120 miles per charge.[4]
  • Diesel heater for winter service.
800-809 Chicago Transit Authority 809-a.jpg 2006 NFI DE40LF Cummins ISL Allison EP40
hybrid system
801 was sold to The Studios at Paramount on May 25, 2016.
1000-1244 Chicago Transit Authority 1158-a.jpg 2005-06 NFI D40LF Cummins ISM ZF 6HP592C
1245-1429 Chicago Transit Authority 1384-a.jpg 2006 NFI D40LF Cummins ISM ZF 6HP592C
1430-1629 Chicago Transit Authority 1459-a.jpg 2007 NFI D40LF Cummins ISM ZF 6HP594C
1630-1829 Chicago Transit Authority 1648-a.jpg 2008 NFI D40LF Cummins ISL ZF 6HP594C LED interior lighting.
1830-2029 Chicago Transit Authority 1965-a.jpg 2008 NFI D40LF Cummins ISL Allison B400R LED interior lighting.
4000-4149 Chicago Transit Authority 4056-a.jpg 2008 NFI DE60LF Cummins ISL Allison EP50
hybrid system
  • These buses have American Seating InSight seats, regular configuration.
  • 4080-4097 and 4099-4105 have the full-body "Jump" wrap and are mainly used on route J14. They also include Infotainment screens mounted in the middle ceiling.
4150-4207 Chicago Transit Authority 4160-a.jpg 2009 NFI DE60LF Cummins ISL Allison EP50
hybrid system
These buses, except 4155, have USSC Aries seating, all parallel seating configuration, no seats at the artic joint.
4300-4332 2012-2013 NFI DE60LFR Cummins ISL9 Allison H 50 EP
hybrid system
4333-4399 2012-2013 NFI D60LFR Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1700B
6400-6549 Chicago Transit Authority 6448-a.jpg 2000 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISC ZF 5HP552C
  • 6402 and 6404 were sold to the City Colleges of Chicago as training buses on April 19, 2016.
  • 6472 was converted into a Community Connection bus by the CTA.[6]
  • 6539 was sold to Growing Power on June 10, 2016.
  • 7 units remain in service as of July 2017.
6550-6708 Chicago Transit Authority 6666-a.jpg 2001 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISC ZF 5HP552C At least 28 units remain in service as of July 2017.
6709-6883 Chicago Transit Authority 6802-a.jpg 2002 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISC ZF 5HP552C
  • 6728 was sold to Growing Power on June 10, 2016.
  • 65 units remain in service as of February 26, 2017.
7900-8199 2014-2016 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1400B
  • 300 Nova LFS Smart Buses with contract options possibly bringing the total up to 450 vehicles.[7]
  • Pilot bus (7900) delivered in Feb. 2014.
8200-8324 2016 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1400B
  • Option order of the contract order of buses 7900-8199.
  • Delivery started on May 2016.[8]

On order

Fleet
number(s)
Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
8325-8349 TBD Nova Bus LFS Cummins L9 TBD
  • Exercised options following the contract order of buses 7900-8199.[9]
  • Delivered in December 2018.

Retired roster

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Retired Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
0 1959 Flxible FT2P-35 Propane Ex 8476.
1-5 1965 GMC TDH-5303 Ex 800-804.
6-9 1972 GMC T8H-5307A Ex 1096-1099.
10-20 1959 Flxible FT2P-35 Propane Ex 8416-8426.
21-25 1972 GMC T8H-5307A Ex 1100-1104.
26-36 1966 Flxible F2D6V-351-1 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison ? Ex 3300-3306, 3422, 3440, 3426, 3406.
40-51 1973-1974 1996 GMC T8H-5307A Ex 7400-7411.
52-64 1977 1996 GMC T8H-5307A Ex 9600-9612.
61-72 1947 GMC TDH-3207 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 61-72; acquired in 1952.
100-249 1961 GMC TDH-5301
100-119 1981 Superior Minibus Formerly used in paratransit service.
130-131 1966 Flxible F2D6V-351-1 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison ?
  • Ex-33xx.
  • Refitted with lifts for paratransit service.
  • Converted to work buses after paratransit was contracted out.
  • 131 (ex-3398) preserved by CTA.
150-169 1983 Carpenter CBW-300 Formerly used in paratransit service.
300-449 1962-63 GMC TDH-5301
431-440 1944 Ford 49B Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 431-440; acquired in 1952.
500-600 1948 GMC TDH-5502 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 500-600; acquired in 1952.
500-544 Chicago Transit Authority 525-a.jpg 2006 2014 Optima Opus Cummins ISB ZF 5HP502C 510, 516, 523 and 527 were sold to River Valley Metro on July 10, 2015.
601-700 1950-51 GMC TDH-5103 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 601-700; acquired in 1952.
800-804 1965 GMC TDH-5303 Renumbered 1-5 for Evanston service.
900-909 Chicago Transit Authority 900-a.jpg 2007 2014 NFI DE40LF Cummins ISB ISE ThunderVolt
hybrid system
  • Retired in 2014 due to lack of parts resulting from ISE's bankruptcy.
  • 900-904, 906, 908-909 were to be sold to Complete Coach Works, but are still on the property as of May 2016.
  • 907 was sold to Warren Barr on December 2, 2015.
1000-1524 1972 1991 GMC T8H-5307A 1096-1100 renumbered 6-9 & 21 for Evanston service1101-1104 renumbered 22-25 for Evanston service.
1001-1008 1951 Mack C-50-DT Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 1001-1008; acquired in 1952.
1101-1105 1927 Twin Model 40 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1101-1105; acquired in 1947.
1106-1107 1930 Twin Model 40 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1106-1107; acquired in 1947.
1108-1110 1928 Twin Model 40 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1108-1110; acquired in 1947.
1101-1144 1939 Yellow Coach TD-4501 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 1101-1144; acquired in 1952.
1145-1169 1940 Yellow Coach TD-4502 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 1145-1169; acquired in 1952.
1170-1204 1942 Yellow Coach TD-4505 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 1170-1204; acquired in 1952.
1201-1204 1937 Twin 30-R Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1201-1204; acquired in 1947.
1205-1238 1937 Twin 30-R Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1205-1238; acquired in 1947.
1205-1399 1945-46 GMC TD-4506 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 1205-1399; acquired in 1952.
1301-1309 1942 Twin 30-G Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1301-1309; acquired in 1947.
1400-1404 1946 Twin 34-S
1400-1464 1947-48 GMC TDH-4507 Ex-Chicago Motor Coach 1400-1464; acquired in 1952.
1600-1614 1946 Twin 38-S Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1600-1614; acquired in 1947.
1615-1619 1947 Twin 38-S Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1615-1619; acquired in 1947.
1620-1624 1946 Twin 34-S Ex 1400-1404.
1600-1624 1983 2002 Flyer D901A
(10240-6)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730
1700-1799 1948 Twin 44-S
1800-1817 1947 Twin 44-D Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 1800-1817; acquired in 1947.
2101-2108 1935 AC&F H-13-S Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 2101-2108; acquired in 1947.
2109-2110 1934 AC&F H-13-S Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 2109-2110; acquired in 1947.
2111-2120 1935 AC&F H-13-S Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 2111-2120; acquired in 1947.
2201-2210 1939 AC&F H-13-S Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 2201-2210; acquired in 1947.
2301-2358 1946 AC&F-Brill C-36 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 2301-2358; acquired in 1947.
2359-2433 1947 AC&F-Brill C-36 Delivered to CTA in full Chicago Surface Lines livery.
2500-2545 1948 AC&F-Brill C-44 Delivered to CTA in full Chicago Surface Lines livery.
2546-2605 1947 AC&F-Brill C-44 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 2546-2605; acquired in 1947.
2700 1949 AC&F C-48 Propane Ex-demo.
2701-2750 1951 AC&F C-44 Propane
3000-3244 Chicago Transit Authority 3177-a.jpg 1965 Flxible F2D6V-401-1 3239 is a F2DV8C-401-1 repowered with Detroit Diesel engine.
3101-3108 1935 White 684 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3101-3108; acquired in 1947.
3109-3110 1934 White 684 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3109-3110; acquired in 1947.
3111-3120 1935 White 684 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3101-3108; acquired in 1947.
3201-3204 1936 White 706M Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3201-3204; acquired in 1947.
3205-3209 1937 White 706M Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3205-3209; acquired in 1947.
3210-3217 1938 White 805M Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3210-3217; acquired in 1947.
3221-3230 1938 White 805M Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3221-3230; acquired in 1947.
3300-3449 1966 Flxible F2D6V-351-1 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison ?
  • 3300-3306 renumbered 26-32 for Evanston service.
  • 3406, 3422, 3426, 3440 renumbered 36, 33, 35, 34 for Evanston service.
  • Some units rebuilt for paratransit service in 1981, renumbered 130-?.
  • 3398 preserved by CTA as #131.
3301-3315 1939 White 805M Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3301-3315; acquired in 1947.
3401-3420 1944 White 798 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3401-3420; acquired in 1947.
3421-3440 1945 White 798 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3421-3440; acquired in 1947.
3441-3449 1946 White 798 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3401-3420; acquired in 1947.
3450-3495 1946 White 798 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 3450-3495; acquired in 1947.
3496-3572 1947 White 798
3573-3597 1948 White 798 Delivered to CTA in full Chicago Surface Lines livery.
3598-3694 1948 White 798
3500-3694 1966-67 Flxible F2D6V-401-1
3595-3697 1948 White 798
3695-3699 1967 Flxible F2DV8C-401-1 Repowered with Detroit Diesel engines.
3700-3729 1969 1991 Flxible FD6VT-401-1 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison ? 96" wide.
3730-3875 1968-69 Flxible F2D6VT-401-1
4000-4361 Chicago Transit Authority 4241-a.jpg 1985 2004 MAN SL-40102N MAN D2566 MLUH Renk-Doromat 874B
4101-4104 1936 Ford 51 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 4101-4104; acquired in 1947.
4201-4212 1937 Ford 70 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 4201-4212; acquired in 1947.
4301-4335 1945 Ford 29B Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 4301-4335; acquired in 1947.
4336-4355 1947 Ford 79B Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 4336-4355; acquired in 1947.
4400-4875 Chicago Transit Authority 4566-a.jpg 1989-1991 2008 TMC RTS-08
(T80-208)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA ZF 5HP590
  • 4400 and 4401 were 1989 models, while 4402-4875 were 1990 models.
  • 4415, 4550, 4579, 4592, 4671, 4732, 4748, and 1 other unit were sold to Greater Peoria Mass Transit District 2204, 2202, 2203, 2207, 2205, 2206, 2201, and 2208.
4900-4914 1991 2005 TMC RTS-08
(T80-608)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA
  • 1990 models.
  • 96" wide.
4915-4927 Chicago Transit Authority 4924.jpg 1990 2007 BIA Orion I
(01.508)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Ex-Pace 2088, 2091, 2103, 2101, 2099, 2096, 2114, 2085, 2119, 2129, ?, ?, ?; bought in 2005.
5000-5499 1950 Twin 52-S2P Propane
5101-5104 1936 Reo 2-LM Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 5101-5104; acquired in 1947.
5300-5739 Chicago Transit Authority 5738-a.jpg 1991 2009 Flxible Metro "B"
(40102-6T)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731 1 unit was sold to Chicago Police Department 6999.
5500-5799 1953-1954 Flxible FL2P-40 Propane
5740-5744 1991 2009 Flxible Metro "B"
(40102-6TL)
Detroit Diesel 6L71TA Allison V731
5745-5764 1991 2009 Flxible Metro "B"
(40102-6C)
Cummins L10 5745-5754:
ZF 4HP500
5755-5764:
Voith D863.3
5765-5769 1991 2009 Flxible Metro "B"
(40102-6T)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731
5800-5999 1954-55 Flxible FT2P-40 Propane
5800-5864 Chicago Transit Authority 5852-a.jpg 1994-1995 2009 NFI D40LF Detroit Diesel Series 50 ZF 5HP-590
  • Some were retrofitted with Luminator Horizon destination signs.
  • 5826 and 5858 were donated to the Chicago Fire Department.
5900-5902 Chicago Transit Authority 5902-a.jpg 1996 2000 NFI F40LF Ballard fuel-cell buses.
6000 1994 2010 Flxible Metro "D"
(40102-4D)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison V731
6001-6304 Chicago Transit Authority 6076-a.jpg 1995 2010 Flxible Metro "E"
(40102-4D)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison V731
  • 6127 was sold to a private owner.
  • 6163 sold to Chicago Fire Department.
6201-6220 1942 Yellow Coach TG-3205 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 6201-6220; acquired in 1947.
6301-6306 1942 Yellow Coach TD-3605 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 6301-6306; acquired in 1947.
6305-6329 1995 2010 Flxible Metro "E"
(40102-6M)
Cummins M11E ZF 4HP590
6401-6410 1944 GMC TG-4007 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 6401-6410; acquired in 1947.
6501-6520 1946 GMC TD-4506 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 6501-6520; acquired in 1947.
6521-6530 1947 GMC TDH-4507 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 6521-6530; acquired in 1947.
6531-6630 1948 GMC TDH-4507
6800-6838 1946 GMC TDH-4507 Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 6800-6838; acquired in 1947.
7000-7019 1979 1994 MAN-AMG SG-220-16.5-2A
7100-7116 1947 Mack C-41-GT Ex-Chicago Surface Lines 7100-7116; acquired in 1947.
7100-7224 1983 2004 MAN SG-310-16.5-2L MAN D2566 MLUM Renk-Doromat 874B
7200-7299 1956-57 Mack C-49-PGT Propane
7300-7413 Chicago Transit Authority 7360-7364-a.jpg 1982 2004 MAN SG-310-18-2L MAN D2566 MLUM Renk-Doromat 874B Ex-King County Metro; bought in 2000-2001.
7400-7944 1973-1974 1996 GMC T8H-5307A 7400-7411 renumbered 40-51 for Evanston service.
7500-7725 Chicago Transit Authority 7649-a.jpg 2002-2004 February 19, 2009 NABI 60-LFW
(060.02)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR ZF 6HP602C Pulled from service on February 19, 2009 due to safety issues.
7800 2003 2005 NABI 45C-LFW
  • Prototype for a larger order of 24 that was never fulfilled.
  • Sent to TheBus and numbered 999 for demonstration in early 2009 for 3 months.
8000-8149 1956-57 Flxible FT2P-40 FTC-180 Propane 8149 originally had a Leyland diesel engine.
8200-8349 1958-59 Flxible FT2P-40 Propane
8400-8498 1959 Flxible FT2P-35 Propane 8416-8426, 8476 renumbered 10-20, 0 for Evanston service.
8499 1960 Flxible FT2D-40 Detroit Diesel 6V71N
  • Delivered with standard old-look front.
  • "New Look" front put on before entering service, but after delivery.
  • Was fitted with several experimental engines during its first few years.
8500-8649 1961 Flxible F2D6V-401-1
8650 1962 Flxible F2D6V-401-1
8700-8849 1963 1976 Flxible F2P-401-1 Detroit Diesel 4-71 Propane Allison ?
9000-9599 1975 1996 GMC T8H-5307A
9600-9799 Chicago Transit Authority 9799-a.jpg 1977 1996 GMC T8H-5307A 9600-9612 renumbered 52-64 for Evanston service.
9800-9974 1983 2002 Flyer D901A
(10240-6)
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730

Ordered, but never delivered

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
14 units 2009 NFI DE60LF
  • Cancelled due to insufficient funds.
  • All fourteen buses were built.
  • Two were sold to SMART and the remaining twelve were sold to MTA Maryland.

Work bus roster - All-time (incomplete)

See Chicago Transit Authority work buses

Maintenance training bus roster - All-time (incomplete)

See Chicago Transit Authority maintenance training buses

Elevated Rail ("L")

Current roster

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
2601-3200 Chicago Transit Authority 3018-a.JPG 1981-87 Budd 2600 Series GE 1262A1 Rebuilt by Alstom from 1999-2002.
3201-3457 Chicago Transit Authority 3256-a.JPG 1992-94 Morrison-Knudsen 3200 Series GE 1262A4 3457 is paired with 3458, former 3030 (Budd car), whose mate 3029 was wrecked at Wilson Av. on the Red Line many years ago.
5001-5714 Chicago Transit Authority 5054-a.jpg 2008-14 Bombardier 5000 Series

On order

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
7001-7400 2019-2023 CRRC Sifang 7000 Series

Retired roster

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
1-50 Chicago Transit Authority 48-a.JPG 1959-60 St. Louis 1-50 Series 1-4: ?

5-50: Westinghouse 1432LK

  • Rebuilt by Morrison-Knudsen in 1985.
  • 5, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 21, & 31 rebuilt into married pairs, renumbered 61-64, 1985.
  • Cars 23-24 rebuilt into married pair, renumbered 65, 1990.
  • Last 1-50 Series cars retired in March 1998.
2001-2180 Chicago Transit Authority 2154-a.jpg 1964 Pullman 2000 Series GE 1250K1 Last 2000 series cars retired in late 1993-very early 1994.
2201-2352 Chicago Transit Authority 2211-a.JPG 1969 Budd 2200 Series GE 1250K1
  • Last train in service on August 6, 2013.
  • Rebuilt by New York Rail Car from 1990-92.
  • 2320 used for Transformers: Age of Extinction filming in Detroit July-August 2013.
2401-2600 Chicago Transit Authority 2538-a.JPG 1976-78 Boeing-Vertol 2400 Series GE 1262A1
  • Last train in service on October 31, 2014.
  • Rebuilt by Skokie Shops from 1987-95.
4001-4250 Chicago Transit Authority 4146-a.jpg 1914-15 Cincinnati 4000 Series GE 243
4251-4455 Chicago Transit Authority 4272-a.jpg 1922-24 Cincinnati 4000 Series GE 243 (4311-30, 4341-50, 4356-4405)

Westinghouse 567 (4251-4310, 4331-40, 4351-55, 4406-55)

Ex Chicago Rapid Transit Company 4251-4455.
5001-5002 Chicago Transit Authority 52-a.jpg 1947 Pullman 5000 Series Westinghouse 1432LK
5003-5004 1947 St. Louis 5000 Series GE 1220
6001-6720 Chicago Transit Authority 6461-a.jpg 1950-59 St. Louis 6000 Series Westinghouse 1432 Last train in service on December 4, 1992.

Electric Trolleybus

The CTA ran trolley buses until March 25, 1973. All units were originally purchased by Chicago Surface Lines for its Chicago Railways division and were acquired by CTA upon takeover of CSL on October 1, 1947.

Retired roster

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motors Notes
51-79, 92-98, 108-114 1930 Twin 40TT Renumbered 9051-9079, 9092-98 & 9108-9114 in 1952.
80-85, 99-105, 115-122 Chicago Surface Lines 84-a.jpg 1930 Brill T-40 GE 928 Renumbered 9080-9085, 9099-9105 & 9115-9122 in 1952.
86-91 1930 St Louis Job 1538 Renumbered 9086-9091 in 1952.
106-107 1930 ACF E1 Renumbered 9106-9107 in 1952.
123-124 1930 Cincinnati Renumbered 9123-9124 in 1952.
125-134, 140-160 1931 Twin 40TT
  • Ex CSL, acquired in 1947.
  • Renumbered 9125-9134 & 9140-9160 in 1952.
135-139 1931 St Louis Job 1547 Renumbered 9135-9139 in 1952.
161-164 1931 Cincinnati Renumbered 9161-9164 in 1952.
165-170 1935 Pullman Renumbered 9165-9170 in 1952.
171-185 1936 St Louis Job 1586 Renumbered 9171-9185 in 1952.
186-202 1937 Brill T-40S Westinghouse 1434 Renumbered 9186-9202 in 1952.
203-322 1948 ACF-Brill T-44 Renumbered 9203-9322 in 1952.
323-367 1948 Pullman 47CS-102-44CX Renumbered 9323-9367 in 1952.
368-412 1948 St Louis Job 1750 Renumbered 9368-9412 in 1952.
413-761 Chicago Transit Authority 9631-a.jpg 1951-52 Marmon-Herrington TC-49 GE 1213J Renumbered 9413-9761 in 1952.
998 1950 ACF-Brill TC-48
  • Demonstrator
  • Renumbered 9762 in 1952.
999 1948 Twin 58-DWTT GE 1213J
  • Ex 58-DW Diesel demonstrator, converted to ETB.
  • Renumbered 9763 in 1952.

References

  1. Transit Profiles: 2015 Top 50 Summary (PDF pg. 40), National Transit Database.
  2. New Flyer Announces its First Order for All-Electric Transit Buses from Chicago Transit Authority (press release). New Flyer Industries. Retrieved on January 20, 2013.
  3. CTA to Acquire Two Electric Buses for Testing and Research, Chicago Transit Authority, retrieved on January 20, 2013.
  4. CTA Announces First Electric-Powered Buses Added to its Fleet (press release). Chicago Transit Authority. Retrieved on October 29, 2014.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Canada Newswire: New Flyer Announces Order for 100 Buses from the Chicago Transit Authority with Delivery Starting in 2012, Cision. Retrieved on May 15, 2012
  6. Community Connection Bus, Chicago Transit Authority. Retrieved on August 8, 2017.
  7. Nova receives $148M Chicago order, www.metro-magazine.com, retrieved on 2013-06-02.
  8. CTA Plans to Purchase 125 New Buses, Chicago Transit Authority. Dated August 10, 2015. Retrieved on September 10, 2015.
  9. CTA to Purchase 25 Brand New Buses as Part of Mayor Emanuel’s CTA Bus Modernization Efforts, Chicago Transit Authority. Dated October 11, 2017, retrieved on December 2, 2017.


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Chicago Transit Authority logo.png
Fleet
Bus - Elevated Rail - Electric Trolleybus
Plans
New Horizons (1958), 1962, Central Area Transit (1968-79), 1995 (1973), 2000 TSD (1980, 1982, 1984), 2010 TSD (1990, 1994), Destination 2020 (1998), Current Alternatives Analysis (2006-present)
Routes
1 2 3 4 N5 6 7 8 8A 9 10 11 12 14 15 18 - 20 21 22 24 26 28 29 30 34 35 36 37 39 - 43 44 47 48 49 49B 50 51 52 52A 53 53A 54 54A 54B 55 55A 55N 56 57 59 - 60 62 62H 63 63W 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 - 80 81 81W 82 84 85 85A 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 94 95E 95W 96 97 X98 - 100 103 106 108 111 111A 112 115 119 - 120 121 124 125 126 130 132 134 135 136 - 143 146 147 148 151 152 154 155 156 157 165 169 170 171 172 192 - 201 205 206
Elevated Rail Lines
Red Line - Blue Line - Brown Line - Green Line - Orange Line - Purple Line - Pink Line - Yellow Line
Regional Transportation Authority Agencies
Chicago Transit Authority - Metra Commuter Rail - Pace Suburban Bus