On Wednesday, the Chicago Department of Transportation gave details of a $67 million project to upgrade the Grand and State subway station. See story here: http://www.suntimes.com/news/transportation/862231,station032608.article
Certainly the Grand and State station is dingy and dimly lit. But do other stations need the rehab more?
Keep in mind that the City Department of Transportation is doing this fix -- not the CTA. The city is using mostly federal money. The city chose this station because it's a busy stop that gets a lot of people visiting the city.
Here's a rendering of what the Grand and State platform would like like after the rehab:
Floyd Long in the Sun-Times story commented that other stations, particularly on the Green Line, could use the money more. What do Ride readers think? Can you think of some grungy stations in need of a serious makeover?