March 28, 2002

Bangladesh Day Parade Closes Devon at Damen at Midday SaturdayDevon Avenue will be closed from Damen to Western at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 30, for the Bangladesh Day Parade that is scheduled to begin at noon. #155 Devon buses will be detoured around the parade area via California, Lunt and Ridge in both directions.

Viaduct Construction Detours Westbound Buses Off Foster at RavenswoodWestbound buses on two CTA routes will be detoured off Foster for about two months starting Monday, April 1 for viaduct construction at Ravenswood. #92 Foster buses will operate westbound off Foster via Ashland, Lawrence and Damen back to Foster. #50 Damen buses will continue west on Bryn Mawr from Ashland to Damen, where they will turn south to reach the regular route.

Viaduct Work Closes 35th at Shields at Midday Monday, April 1Railroad viaduct work will close 35th Street between Shields and Princeton from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Monday, April 1 through Friday, April 5 detouring #35 35th buses westbound via Wentworth, Pershing, and Wallace back to 35th. Eastbound buses will operate via Wallace, 31st, and Wentworth back to 35th.

Sewer Work Detours Eastbound #78 Montrose Buses Off Drake For 3 Weeks Beginning Tuesday, April 2 Eastbound #78 Montrose buses will be detoured at Drake for three weeks due to sewer work starting Tuesday, April 2 via Montrose, Pulaski, Elston, Irving, Kimball and back to Montrose.

Sewer Work Continues To Detour Eastbound #77 Belmont Buses Through April 18Sewer work between Cicero and Pulaski continues through April 18, detouring #77 Belmont buses eastbound via Cicero, Addison, Milwaukee and Pulaski back to Belmont.

Track Work Affects Red Line Service Late Monday On April 1Track work between Jarvis and Granville will prevent southbound Red Line trains from serving the Jarvis, Morse and Loyola stations Monday, April 1 through Friday, April 5 from 10 p.m. until 4:30 a.m. Passengers traveling to these stations should allow extra travel time to exit trains at Granville and transfer to a northbound train.

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