The Regional Transit Coordination Plan is an ongoing multi-year program aimed at enhancing regional mobility by facilitating seamless travel on public transportation.
|Program:||Regional Transit Coordination Plan|
|Current Activities:||On March 17, 2005, representatives from the RTA, CTA, Metra and Pace, along with their consultants from Booz Allen Hamilton, made a presentation to the Illinois House Committee on Mass Transit regarding options for implementing a Universal Fare Card in the Chicago region. Due to the limited availability of funding for new capital and operating expenditures, a Universal Fare Card is not being implemented at this time.|
|Information Updated:||June 2005|
|Universal Fare Card Project Briefing to the House Committee on Mass Transit (March 17, 2005)|
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