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Red-Purple Bypass Project


Have you gotten your ticket yet to the first annual Lakeview East Oktoberfest? Hosted at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, you’re not going to want to miss this incredible weekend filled with live music, authentic food, great drinks and wonderful company!
 
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Current & Upcoming Impacts

Duration | Type of Impact | Location

4/18 to 12/31: Extended Alley Closures - Alleys behind the following addresses:

  • 1002 – 1042 W. Roscoe St
  • 1015 – 1043 W. Newport Ave
  • 3400 – 3420 N. Sheffield Ave
  • 3401 – 3425 N. Seminary Ave
4/30-12/31: Extended Alley Closures - The alley behind 3323-3351 N. Sheffield Avenue


9/13-10/10: Updated Impacts: Parking Lane & Sidewalk Impacts - W. Newport Avenue, between the CTA tracks & the alley on the north side of the street

9/19-12/2: Lead Abatement & Painting - Underneath the CTA elevated tracks behind:
  • 3501-3527 N. Sheffield Avenue
  • 3500-3524 N. Wilton Avenue
  • 934-938 W. Cornelia Avenue
9/19-10/3: Sidewalk & Parking Lane Impacts - Northeast corner at the intersection of W. Roscoe Street and N. Sheffield Avenue (Irie Jerk Bar and Grill)

10/3-10/7: Extended Street Closures - N. Sheffield Avenue between 3351 N. Sheffield Avenue and N. Clark Street and W. Roscoe Street between 1009 W. Roscoe Street and N. Clark Street

10/7-10/19: Sidewalk & Parking lane Impacts - W. Newport Avenue between the CTA tracks & the alley on the north side of the street

10/7-12/31: Sidewalk & Parking Lane Impacts - Northwest corner at the intersection of W. Roscoe Street and N. Sheffield Avenue (Penny’s Noodle Shop)
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4-Month Outlook 

What you can expect during the Red-Purple Bypass Project Area construction.
Construction Look Ahead: Updated 9/29
We get there together. 

We are continuing construction on the Red and Purple Modernization (RPM) Phase One project to rebuild 100-year-old rail infrastructure and improve transit service. Work will be performed that will affect your community and create inconveniences. We are committed to doing our best to minimize the impact of our work and will continue to keep you updated throughout the project.
 
If you have any questions or concerns about the RPM Project, please contact: 
RPM@transitchicago.com or leave a message for callback: 331.303.2499 For more information about RPM, visit transitchicago.com/RPM
 
Construction schedules may change due to weather and other conditions.
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Our mailing address is:
Chicago Transit Authority, Attention RPM · 567 W Lake St · 9th Floor · Chicago, IL 60661 · USA
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