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Polk (CTA station)

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Line(s)  Pink Line
Structure type  Elevated
Opened  28 April 1896
Rebuilt  1983
Platforms  2 Side platforms
Bicycle facilities  Yes
Owner  Chicago Transit Authority
Tracks  2
Polk (CTA station)
Location  1713 West Polk Street Chicago, Illinois 60612
Owned by  Chicago Transit Authority
Address  Chicago, IL 60612, United States
Similar  Pulaski (CTA Pink), Kostner, Kedzie (CTA Pink), Central Park (CTA Pink), 18th (CTA Pink)

Polk is an 'L' station on the Pink Line of the Chicago Transit Authority. It is adjacent to Rush University Medical Center within the Illinois Medical District in the Near West Side community area.

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History

Polk Station opened on April 28, 1896, as part of the Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railroad's Douglas Park branch. In 1983 the original station was demolished and rebuilt. A Dunkin' Donuts was added to the station in September 2004.

Bus connections

CTA

  • 7 Harrison
  • 157 Streeterville/Taylor
  • Pace

  • 755 Plainfield/IMD Express
  • References

    Polk (CTA station) Wikipedia


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