CHICAGO — Starting Monday, the two main entrances to the Harrison Red Line Station will be closed as crews finish a $10 million rehab of the stop.
Riders should use the recently updated Polk Street entrance while the two entrances on Harrison Street are temporarily closed for six weeks.
The closures begins at 4 a.m. Monday. The entrances are slated to reopen July 28.
Once the rehab is complete, the Harrison station will feature waterproofing, new granite floors, ceramic wall tile, LED lighting and overhauled stairways.
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