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Blue Line Trains To Downtown Won’t Stop At Division From Oct. 21-Nov. 8 As Station Undergoes Another Month Of Repairs

Repairs are part of the CTA's "Your New Blue" project, which aims to update the 1950s-era Division, Chicago and Grand avenue train stops.

The Division Street Blue Line station serves the Wicker Park neighborhood.
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WICKER PARK — Downtown and Forest Park-bound CTA Blue Line trains will not stop at Division Street from Oct. 21-Nov. 8 due to repair work.

O’Hare-bound trains bypassed the Division Street stop beginning Sept. 23. (This is expected to end Friday night.)

Starting next week, the CTA will offer a free shuttle bus 7-9:30 a.m. weekdays between the Division and the Chicago Avenue CTA Blue Line stops.

The No. 56 Milwaukee Avenue bus also connects the two train stations.

Learn more about alternative routes here.

Credit: Hannah Alani/Block Club Chicago
O’Hare-bound trains did not stop at Division Sept. 23-Oct. 18.

These repairs are part of the CTA’s “Your New Blue” project, which aims to update the Division, Chicago and Grand avenue train stops. These stops were originally constructed in 1951.

RELATED: Blue Line Trains To O’Hare Won’t Stop At Division From Sept. 23-Oct. 18 As Station Undergoes Repairs

Planned improvements at these stops include new kiosks, glazed wall tiles, repainted ceilings, new lighting, new escalator, new furniture and other changes.

Sign up for emails or text message updates on specific bus and train routes on the CTA’s website.

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The Division CTA Blue Line station

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