In its place, the CTA will create a new, more streamlined and streamlined system for managing the BDO community, which includes more information and tools for people to report incidents and discuss issues.
“The goal is to be more transparent, more open and more transparent and open for the community,” said Tom Hagen, CEO of BDO, which operates the BNEF train stations, the BNTA commuter rail system, and several other transit agencies across the metro area.
“In the meantime, our staff are in constant contact with the public to ensure that everyone is able to interact with each other, so the BNOB forum is a place for all parties to talk about how we are working together.”
The CTA announced the new forum rules Monday, saying they would come into effect in 2019.
Hagen said the forum will help make the CMAB more accountable to the community, as well as better serve people who want to report a problem.
Hagen said he and his team are confident that the forum’s new rules will help bring transparency to the city.
“We want to make sure that when you go to the forum, you’re going to be able to hear from the BPOA, the TSO, the local community, and our officers, and we want to hear all sides of this,” Hagen told the CNAB.
“We’re going be transparent, we’re going.
We’re going get to the bottom of it.”
The forum rules come as the BFOF continues to deal on its own, with some agencies not having the resources to hire enough staff to handle the influx of BPOAs and train stations.
In an email, CTA spokesman John Kneeland said the new forums will make it easier for BPOs and train station workers to communicate with each others, so people can more easily resolve problems.”BPOA and station employees can get in touch via the forum to address issues or issues that are reported to them,” Kneeling said.
“It will also help train station staff and BPO employees to communicate more effectively when dealing with one another.”