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A new study released Monday by DePaul “University predicts trouble ahead for Chicago’s transit system.
Ridership on CTA, Metra and Pace is up, but commuters are plagued with broken equiptment, late trains or buses and countless other problems on a daily basis.
According to the study: Investing about $2 billion a year over the next decade is needed to avert a meltdown.
The study was commissioned by the Illinois Chamber of Commerce.