Update: 10:06 pm ILLINOIS -- There could be more trains making their way through Champaign.
ILLINOIS -- You don't have to leave your pets at home anymore when you're taking the train.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI is gaining national recognition for its new RailTEC Research Center.
ILLINOIS -- Amtrak announced passengers could see long delays this summer and into the fall.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- Bill Volk is giving up the reins at CUMTD.
Update: 3:55 pm, 6/17/14, Tuesday LINCOLN -- High speed rail has been on a slow track to the state.
BEMENT -- Some people in town want to use their golf carts to get around.
PARIS -- Safety is on everyone's minds now that about 120 soldiers based in Edgar County are getting deployed to Afghanistan.
ILLINOIS -- Fewer kids might be riding the bus to school.
SPRINGFIELD -- One lawmaker wants to ground some planes used by state leaders.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- CUMTD is taking to social media to spread the word about ridership.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA -- More people in Champaign and Urbana rode the bus Wednesday than ever before.
URBANA -- Governor Pat Quinn stopped by the area to announce millions of dollars worth of new funding as part of a program to fix roads and bring news jobs to the area.
SPRINGFIELD -- While prices at the pump may seem high, Triple A says the national average isn't that far off from a year ago.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is teaming up with UI to change the way we get around.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state could see more transportation projects this spring thanks to a bill passed by a House committee Monday.
DECATUR -- A transportation program is expanding, giving the disabled independence they never thought they'd have.
COLES COUNTY -- Monday is the first day for the new public transportation system, the "Zip Line."
ILLINOIS -- More people are riding the rails.
CHAMPAIGN -- A new federal transportation bill is expected to help with local jobs and projects.
SPRINGFIELD -- It's a daily struggle for the unemployed here in Illinois, but thousands could soon be back on the job.
NORMAL -- A Central Illinois man and his horse are turning heads with a different kind of transportation.
For some students at Thomasboro Grade School, the bus will no longer be an option next year.
You'll soon board new buses in Springfield.