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Blue Line Cut Goes South

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The Blue Line subway weekend interruptions have moved south.

The final phase of the Dearborn Subway project begins this weekend. Rail service between the Blue Line's Clark/Lake and UIC-Halsted stations will be temporarily suspended from 10 p.m. Friday, September 11 until 4 a.m. Monday, September 14, as work continues to replace track.

Bus shuttles will operate as a substitute for rail service making stops adjacent to the Clark/Lake, Washington, Monroe, Jackson, LaSalle, Clinton and UIC-Halsted stations. Southbound buses will travel along Clark and Van Buren and northbound buses will operate via Harrison and Dearborn.

Allow extra time. If you're coming to the Loop from the north side and you can do the walk, you may be better off walking from the Clark/Lake station.

Repairs have been finished on the north side of the subway line.

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