Transit-related improvements slated for 6 towns in the Southland
Midlothian Metra station. Photo courtesy of Metra
Commuters in six Southland towns will benefit from transit-related improvements financed by feds and Regional Transportation Authority
The RTA will assign about $1 million to help pay for improvements such as sidewalks, bus shelters, bicycle racks and pedestrian crosswalks to make it easier for residents to use the region’s mass transit system. The towns involved are Chicago Ridge, Midlothian, Oak Forest, Palos Heights, Richton Park and University Park…Please click here to read Steve Metsch’s story in the Tribune/Daily Southtown.