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Chicago Changes Gears On Rail Car Seats

A passenger rides the L in Chicago. (TheeErin/Flickr)
A passenger rides the L in Chicago. (TheeErin/Flickr)

Commuters in Chicago have spoken: they don’t like the New York-style rail car seats.

So the Chicago Transit Authority is making sure that new trains have aisle seats instead of cars with rows facing center.


  • Brian Steele, spokesman for the Chicago Transit Authority.

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