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“Getting Around” the Red Line construction

Chicago Tribune “Getting Around” writer Jon Hilkevitch speaks about the latest on the CTA Red Line closures from Cermac to 95th due to construction, and whether “plan B” was fluid for many Chicagoans on the first day. Hilkevitch also explains the reasoning behind this construction and its long term benefits.


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Riders board Red Line shuttle buses – some with the help of CTA employees – at the CTA 95th Street Station early on the first work day of the Red Line South reconstruction project Monday, May 20, 2013. (Michael Tercha / Chicago Tribune)

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1 Comment to ““Getting Around” the Red Line construction”

    topographical survey said:
    April 8, 2014 at 4:17 PM

    Hilkevitch also explains the reasoning behind this construction and its long term benefits.

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