CHICAGO (CBS) — A week from Monday, the CTA Red Line is expected to reopen between Roosevelt Road and the 95th Street terminal.
CTA officials say the work will be finished on time, and within the project’s $425 million budget.
Station renovation is complete. CTA a week ago accepted the work done to install or renovate elevators, so that the entire Red Line South is accessible. CTA Chief Infrastructure Officer Chris Bushell said work on track and signals is essentially complete, but is still undergoing testing and tweaking.