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Take the STAR Line Survey

Metra wants to know about your transit needs.

If you work in the Chicago suburbs, you know that traffic congestion, multiple transit connections, and limited transportation alternatives can complicate and delay your travel and directly impact your quality of life.

The Metropolitan Planning Council supports effective and innovative ideas to improve your access to opportunity and put your life in the fast lane. So we are pleased to invite people who work in the Chicago suburbs to take a brief survey on how the proposed Suburban Transit Access Route (STAR) Line, a 55-mile commuter rail line initially linking nearly 100 communities and extending from Joliet to O’Hare International Airport, can help your commute.

The STAR Line will be the first suburb-to-suburb commuter rail line in the country. For this reason, the STAR Line Business Alliance, which is a growing group of area businesses who support the project, and Metra are surveying area businesses and employees to gauge the needs of its potential riders as it refines it plans.

Please complete the survey by December 28th . Your input is vital.

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