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Marathon Petroleum has a long running commitment to its customers. Spun off from Marathon Oil Corporation in 2011, the company operates six refineries with the capacity to process about 1.1 million barrels of crude oil a day. Marathon Petroleum sells refined products at some 5,100 Marathon-branded gas stations and through retail subsidiary Speedway SuperAmerica's 1,350 outlets. It also holds stakes in 4,500 miles of pipeline and is one of the largest asphalt and light oil product terminal operators in the US. The company distributes petroleum products wholesale to private-brand marketers and to large commercial and industrial consumers, as well as to the spot market. It has operations in almost 20 US states.
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is focused on helping you get to where you need to go. The CTA operates the second-largest public transportation system in the US. On a typical weekday, CTA passengers take about 1.6 million rides on the agency's buses and trains, which travel in and around Chicago and approximately 35 suburbs. The CTA operates a fleet of nearly 1,800 buses on 140 routes. Its rail system includes some 1,200 rail cars operating on 225 miles of track at more than 140 stations. The agency, created by the Illinois legislature in 1947, is part of the state's Regional Transportation Authority, which also oversees Metra (commuter rail system) and Pace (suburban bus system).