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63rd station (CTA)

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Platforms  1 Island platform
Structure type  Surface Level
Opened  28 September 1969
Tracks  2
Connections  CTA bus
Disabled access  Yes
Owner  Chicago Transit Authority
63rd station (CTA)
Location  220 West 63rd Street Chicago, Illinois 60621
Owned by  Chicago Transit Authority
Address  Chicago, IL 60621, United States
Similar  69th‑Red Line, 79th‑Red Line, 47th (CTA Red), Halsted (CTA Green), Ashland/63rd station

63rd is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Red Line. The station is located in the median of the Dan Ryan Expressway and serves the Englewood neighborhood. It is near the Englewood Union Station, formerly serving the Pennsylvania Railroad, New York Central, and Rock Island Lines. The former Pennsylvania Railroad tracks (now NS owned) pass over the station.



Like the eight other stations of the Dan Ryan Branch, 63rd was built by architect Skidmore, Owings & Merrill under a simple design. The station opened on September 28, 1969, before being entirely renovated from 2005 to 2006.

2013 renovation

In 2013, the station was renovated with a new elevator installed (along with Garfield and 87th) as part of the Red Line South Reconstruction project and made all the stations on the Dan Ryan branch accessible.

Bus connections


  • 24 Wentworth
  • 63 63rd (Owl Service)
  • References

    63rd station (CTA) Wikipedia

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