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You get the card and then you load a pass 1-day, 3-day, 7-day, day or cash referred to as "transit value" or both onto the card. Visit metrarail. System status snapshot. November 22, at And I assume that the transfers work automatically for us we'll do a couple of stops where we can use the 2 hour transfer?

Featured Sports. Residents [14] and local media were critical of the lack of communication from the CTA regarding this new payment system, but CTA officials said they planned to do extensive public outreach before the new system was activated. January 15, First ride: There is only one kind of Ventra Card for most people there are special senior citizen, college, and public school student cards, but you won't qualify for those.

I will be in Chicago for four days arriving Friday around 11am and leaving Monday around 5pm. What would you do?

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Pink Line Normal Service. It's easy to pay your fare.

That said, I've been trying to do the math to figure out if we should just pay cash for any transit trips we take, get a Ventra card and just load money on it, or get a pass but, with four days, we'd either have to the three day and pay cash on one day or the seven day and "waste" three days.

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A Ventra system outage that occurred during rush hour on November 13, required the CTA to waive fares for an estimated 15, rides, with passengers boarding trains by showing their Ventra cards to station attendants. I wouldn't buy a 7-day pass: Both cards will be active but will have separate accounts. If the situation cannot be resolved, then contact Ventra at You will be able to load money on your U-Pass in the same manner as the Ventra card.

You can buy a new, reloadable Ventra Card from any 'L' station or over-the-counter at hundreds of Ventra retailers all around town drugstores, neighborhood convenience stores and gas stations, currency exchanges, etc.