The Chicago Transit Authority Monday plans to cut 200 management positions to generate $22 million in annual savings as it tries to chip away at a $277 million shortfall in its next budget.

Agency officials will also adjust sick time and vacation leave to save $15 million over the next six years and said it would press labor leaders for work-rule changes to ease the need for fare hikes and service cuts in order to deal with its red ink.

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