In the third installment in the Chicago 3.0 series, we look at what a renovated Wilson El stop would mean to Uptown businesses and residents.
Photo: The Wilson stop is ready to be torn down. (Photo/Geoffrey Clark)
In one of the worst winters in Chicago's history, many of the homeless sought refuge not in shelters or warming centers, but on CTA trains and subway platforms. Related:
Photo: Freddie, who's says he's homeless, rides the Red Line at night to stay warm. (Photo/Kenny Reiter)
Commuters, Uptown residents and businesses are preparing for the long-awaited reconstruction of the deteriorating Wilson Red Line station. One stop away, the Sheridan station, voted the worst CTA stop by commuters, faces delays in a construction launch date. Related:
Photo: The exposed stairwell at the Sheridan Red Line stop. (Photo/Mandie Lederer)