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Description

The proposed scope of work includes upgrades on Blue Line Stations. Belmont Station improvements include a new station canopy, site improvements, enlarged bus prepaid boarding area, renovated station electrical and finishes and refurbished platform furniture. Jefferson Station improvements include reconstructed bus turnaround pavement and canopies, renovated entrance and customer waiting areas, enhanced lighting, improved signage, new public art, updated communication elements, lead abatement and repaired roofing, platform edge & curtain wall.

 
Status
Service Board:Chicago Transit Authority
Program Category:Stations & Passenger Facilities
Budget:$42,226,054
Overall Status:In Progress
Budget Status:On Budget
Schedule Status:On Schedule
Current Activities:The project is in the construction phase with ongoing design and preconstruction activities. The Belmont canopy advance package final design is complete. The station improvement final design review comments are completed. Design documents for the deferred station items are completed as well. Coordination with the City and State departments, utilities and Alderman┐s office and organizing, scoping and pricing of construction trade work packages continue. The Jefferson Park topping slab has been removed and re-poured, and the work has begun at the Belmont Station building and canopy. Belmont and Jefferson Park caisson work is ongoing.
Information Updated:December 2018
 
Funding
Federal:$14,626,054
State:$15,236,957
RTA:$1,403,298
Local:$10,959,745
 
Related Transit Assets
CTA Stations:Belmont-O'Hare (Blue)
Jefferson Park (Blue) accessible
CTA Rail Lines:Blue Line
 
Related Jurisdictions
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