How Loss Of Ridership Due To Coronavirus COVID-19 May Affect Metra’s Bottom Line

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On Monday morning, commuters who still have to get into Chicago for work will need to adjust to different schedules on Metra. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker looks at how that may affect Metra’s finances.

At least one train has seen a 95 percent drop in ridership. Metra could be losing $28 million per month.

Metra customers with monthly passes are getting partial or full refunds.

Fare hike or permanent service reductions are possible, but it is too early to determine.

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