Has any thought been given to providing a faster means of travel from Chicago's airports (specifically O'Hare) to downtown? Given the size of Chicago and the amount of traffic that O'Hare receives, I find it a bit disappointing that there is not faster travel to downtown. I know, the Blue Line does serve O'Hare, but it isn't exactly the quickest... Personally, I feel that some other service that was specifically dedicated to airport users would be beneficial. I know that Metra can technically say that they serve O'Hare, but let's be honest... The NCS doesn't exactly have the most frequent service. Trains running every two hours is definitely not sufficient for an airport like O'Hare. However, I think using the Metra tracks would work. Trains could depart CUS north side (ignore capacity for now...) and make their way up to A-5, turn west, then proceed to B-12 and head up the NCS. Upon approaching O'Hare, the trains could either terminate at the existing O'Hare station, or a tunnel could be drilled to allow direct access to the airport. I know capacity issues could be an issue with CUS and the MD-W during rush periods, but I'm sure it could be worked out. Regarding Midway, I feel that the Orange Line is sufficient given the airport's proximity to downtown, but track does exist for an airport train to CUS. So, has any thought been given to a dedicated O'Hare (and maybe Midway) train? And what are your thoughts on its worthiness and logistics?