RECONSTRUCTION OF BUS TERMINAL ENTERS FINAL PHASE
Reconstruction of the bus terminal at the Chicago Transit Authority's 95th Street Red Line station enters its final phase on Thursday, triggering reconfiguration of bus drop off and pick up points for one final week. The work, which began in June, is expected to be completed October 31.
To help inform customers of the new bus stops, CTA Customer Assistants will be available at the 95th Street bus terminal and rail station, and bus supervisors will be on hand to assist with directions and questions. Signs will be installed at the bus stops and buses and trains enroute to the terminal will display information alerting customers of the changes.
Construction is complete on the east side of the bus terminal allowing three additional bus routes to move to permanent stops at that location. These are the #106 East 103rd, #108 Halsted/95th and Pace route #352 Halsted. They join the #N5 South Shore Night Bus, #N9 Ashland Night Bus, #95W West 95th, #100 Jeffrey Manor Express, #111 Pullman/111th/115th and #112 Vincennes/111th which moved to the permanent stop location September 17.
Additionally, stops for the #34 South Michigan, #95E 93rd/95th and #119 Michigan/119th, which were temporarily located on the east side of the new terminal in September, will permanently move to the west side of the terminal.
Bus routes continuing to use temporary bus stop locations for another week are #29 State and #103 West 103rd buses along with Pace routes #353, #359, #381 and #395.
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