EVENTS AFFECTING CTA SERVICE STARTING THE WEEKEND OF FEBRUARY 1 - 3

January 31, 2002
01/31/02

Sewer Work Affects Blue Line Subway Service Overnight Friday Sewer cleaning in the Dearborn subway will require Blue Line trains to use a single track while serving the stations at Clark/Lake, Washington, Monroe and Jackson stations from 10 p.m. Friday, February 1, until 6 a.m. Saturday, February 2. A supplemental schedule will be in effect. Customers should allow extra travel time.

Sewer Work Affects Blue Line at Logan Square Overnight Saturday Sewer work near the Logan Square station will require Blue Line trains to use a single track while serving that station from 10 p.m. Saturday, February 2, until 6 a.m. Sunday, February 3.

Detours Affect Buses on 79th East of Yates Friday Starting Saturday Film production on 79th between Yates and Exchange will detour #79 79th buses from 4 p.m. Friday, February 1, until 6 a.m. Saturday, February 2, and again on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 5-6, from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. During these periods, buses will be detoured off 79th in both directions via Yates, 75th and South Shore back to 79th. Customer alerts with details about detour times are posted at the affected bus stops and on #79 buses.

Construction Detours Three Bus Routes Off South State Starting MondayConstruction work at three locations on State between 26th and 11th Streets will affect buses on the #29 State, #62 Archer and #129 West Loop/South Loop routes starting Monday, February 4. The detours will end at different times as work is completed at each location, and will affect the three routes as follows:

#29 State Northbound via State, 26th, Michigan, Cermak, Wabash and 9th back to State; southbound via State, Cermak, Michigan and 26th back to State.

#62 Archer Northeast via Archer, Clark, 18th, Wabash and 9th to State; outbound service is not affected.

#129 West Loop/South Loop (a.m. rush period only) Northbound via 18th, Wabash and 9th to State; southbound p.m. rush period service on State is not affected.

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