CTA announces additional bus trackers

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CHICAGO – Mayor Rahm Emanuel and  CTA President Dorval Carter announced additional bus trackers on Friday.

The CTA has installed bus tracker displays at 51 rail stations across the city.

The displays will help commuters transfer from trains to buses without having to check for schedule updates on their phones.

The trackers display estimated real-time arrival information for buses serving the station within the next 30 minutes.

There are now more than 400 CTA bus trackers at bus shelters and train stations across the city.

A list of all the locations can be found at www.transitchicago.com/sheltersigns/

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