Ridership on the L is down 3.7 percent, with 119 of 143 stations showing decline

Train moving on the tracks in Chicago

“It’s difficult to sustain that kind of overall growth. While our AM and PM rush ridership remains strong, our off-peak and late-night/early morning hours began to see decreases in 2016,” Mayberry said. “Like transit agencies across the country, the CTA recognizes that the transportation ecosphere is changing.”

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