Chicago Transit Authority

Chicago Transit Authority

1969 studio album by Chicago Transit Authority
Chicago Transit Authority is the debut studio album by the American rock band Chicago, known at the time of release as Chicago Transit Authority.Wikipedia
GenrePop/Rock, Jazz-Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, AM Pop
ArtistChicago (band)


Would emergency braking technology have prevented CTA crash?

The Chicago Transit Authority and other subway-based systems have what amounts to a safety exemption that gives them a pass from a federally-required technology called "Positive Train Control."
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  • 1IntroductionChicago (band)6:35
  • 2Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?Chicago (band)4:36
  • 3BeginningsChicago (band)7:54
  • 4Questions 67 and 68Chicago (band)5:02
  • 5ListenChicago (band)3:21
  • 6Poem 58Chicago (band)8:37
  • 7Free Form GuitarChicago (band)6:47
  • 8South California PurplesChicago (band)6:11
  • 9I'm a ManChicago (band)7:39
  • 10Prologue, August 29, 1968Chicago (band)0:57
  • 11Someday (August 29, 1968)Chicago (band)4:13
  • 12LiberationChicago (band)14:38

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Snowflakes, candy canes and 36,000 LED lights: The making of the Chicago Transit Authority's holiday fleet

  • CHICAGO -- Early in December, “Peppermint the Elf” said, she opened the door of a Chicago Transit Authority bus for a commuter in a suit and tie. The man boarded the bus, awash in red and green light. The poles for standing riders were striped red and white like candy canes, with tinsel wreaths and reindeer all over the walls. The air was heavy with cinnamon and Bing Crosby. The man in the ...