The invisible trains of Chicago

At Chicago Magazine, tilting at a favorite windmill:

But accidents of history have split these lines among three different public agencies—none of which, traditionally, have bothered to tell you about the others on their maps or signage. That means that when you look at a map on a CTA train car, there are actually more than 70 rail stations in the city of Chicago that exist in real life—I promise—but mysteriously do not exist on that map.

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2 thoughts on “The invisible trains of Chicago

  1. Yes but and…. How much are first-time transit users of a given route really making their route decisions based on printed transportation company maps as opposed to on a transit app, which by now do include inter-company info?

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