CHICAGO – Ill. Gov. Pat Quinn last week formed an independent task force to review and recommend management and oversight reforms for the Chicago region’s public transit system that could affect the future of the Regional Transportation Authority of Illinois.

Quinn named former Chicago-based U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald and public finance banker Carole Brown, a former chairwoman of the Chicago Transit Authority board, to the 15-member Northeastern Illinois Public Transit Task Force.

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