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Addison station (CTA Blue Line)

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Platforms  1 Island platform
Bicycle facilities  Yes
Opened  1 February 1970
Tracks  2
Structure type  Surface Level
Disabled access  Yes
Owner  Chicago Transit Authority
Addison station (CTA Blue Line)
Location  3622 West Addison Street Chicago, Illinois 60618
Owned by  Chicago Transit Authority
Address  Chicago, IL 60618, United States
Similar  Irving Park Blue Line Station, Belmont, Montrose, Harlem‑Blue Line (O'Hare), O'Hare

Addison is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, serving the Blue Line. It is also the only station whose coordinates are equal (3600 N/3600 W). It is the first station in the median of the Kennedy Expressway located between the Avondale neighborhood and Irving Park neighborhood. The Villa District is accessible by this station.

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History

Addison station opened in 1970 as part of an extension of the West-Northwest route to Jefferson Park in the median of the Kennedy Expressway, similar to that of Montrose Station. During rush hour, trains bound for O'Hare Airport run every 4-10 minutes while trains headed for the Loop and Forest Park run every 3-10 minutes. From Addison Station, trains take about 20 minutes to travel to the Loop.

Station Renovation

As Of 2016, The Station Was Renovated, & The Elevator was added.

Bus connections

CTA

  • 152 Addison
  • References

    Addison station (CTA Blue Line) Wikipedia


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