Interim CEO wants public to put its trust in Metra again

  • Metra's interim Chief Executive Officer Don Orseno, at Chicago Union Station, wants the public to have faith in the agency after a turbulent summer.

      Metra's interim Chief Executive Officer Don Orseno, at Chicago Union Station, wants the public to have faith in the agency after a turbulent summer. Marni Pyke | Staff Photographer

 
 
Posted9/16/2013 5:30 AM

Metra's interim CEO Don Orseno wants the public to have faith in Metra after a scandalous summer. Here are his views on customer service, fare hikes, Ventra, service expansion and what he'd do when politicians come knocking. Plus Transportation Writer Marni Pyke answers reader questions and traffic tips.

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