In 2006, after 11 years, the CTA went back to New Flyer, initially for 265 new low floor buses. Although additional orders eventually brought the total to 1050 buses. Archer Garage was the first garage to receive them, although they were subsequently transferred to other garages. #1006 is seen southbound on the #62 Archer route, in downtown Chicago on State St. at Randolph St.
In 2009, an order by Seattle Metro for 150 New Flyer low floor articulated hybrid buses, was diverted to the CTA. This bus is seen waiting at Van Buren St. and Wells St., ready for an afternoon rush hour run.
In 2012, the CTA began marketing its #14 Jeffery Express service as the "Jeffery Jump", with some elements of Bus Rapid Transit. A group of New Flyer low floor articulated hybrid buses was repainted for this service, including #4093, seen northbound on Jeffery Blvd. at 87th St.
In 2012, the CTA began receiving 100 New Flyer low floor articulated buses. The first 33 of them were hybrids, including #4314 seen southbound on the #6 Jackson Park Express route, in downtown Chicago on State St. at Randolph St.
Of the 100 New Flyer low floor articulated buses received in 2012 and 2013, the final 67 of them were not hybrids. Including #4335 seen on the #28 Stony Island route, about to turn south at 57th St.