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9 years ago
John T
There was also a North Kedzie bus that ran from Logan Sqaure to Foster and at times to a turnaround near Peterson, behind the Peterson McDonald's - now their back parking lot. I took it as a child to both the elevated Logan Square station and the current bus turnaround at the South end of the current station.
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9 years ago
John T
You're welcome. This morning I found out that only the train bridges will be finished in 2015. The corresponding section of the Elgin O'Hare Tollway (over Irving Park Rd) will get the South leg built between 2018 and 2022. http://www.bensenville.il.us/DocumentCenter/View/6797 Bensenville Neighborhood Conversation Look about 3/4 the way down for the Elgin-O'Hare timeline map. Immediately bel
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9 years ago
John T
As others have posted, the UP (Union Pacific) tracks were moved onto the new bridge East of Irving Park & York Rd. They used to be on a (very old looking) bridge just West of Irving Park & Taft. The existing grade crossing on the immediate East side of of Irving Park & York are the CN (Canadian National) tracks. The next project will move these over a few feet East of the existing g
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9 years ago
John T
There's one set of traffic signals shown here: Sheet 16 http://www.elginohare-westbypass.org/TierTwo_PublicHearings/Sheet16_FullBuild_and_ICP_rollplot.pdf The other is for the new Taft Ave(going South to Green/Franklin Ave.) & the new Irving Park Intersection shown here: Sheet 15 http://www.elginohare-westbypass.org/TierTwo_PublicHearings/Sheet15_FullBuild_and_ICP_rollplot.pdf Index
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