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CTA Offering Discounted Passes To Get Riders Back As City Reopens

Discounted one-, three- and seven-day passes are available Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.

A person wears a mask while boarding a CTA train in the Lincoln Park neighborhood amid the COVID-19 pandemic on September 3, 2020.
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CHICAGO — The CTA is lowering prices for one-, three- and seven-day passes in a bid to get people out of the house and headed to local businesses.

The passes will be available Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day and can be bought on the Ventra app, at kiosks in “L” stations, on the Ventra website or at various stores.

Here are the discounts:

  • One-day passes will be $5. They allow unlimited rides for 24 hours after the pass is first used.
  • Three-day passes will be $15. They allow unlimited rides for three days.
  • Seven-day passes will be $20. They allow unlimited rides for seven days.

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