New CTA management show signs of promise
The Tribune Sunday took a closer look at the NTSB investigation into the July 2006 Blue Line derailment and fire. Reporters tracked down CTA employees who were fired after the incident. They blamed the CTA for not heeding warnings.
Bottom line: There's a new sheriff in town who's holding managers accountable for doing their jobs. And that sheriff created a bunch of new slow zones and shifted funds to repair them. So I'm confident the CTA is headed in the right direction.
I couldn't have said it better than Jerry 101: