Sunday, April 10, 2011

South Side transit gets city's attention

South Side transit gets city's attention
The Chicago Tribune Of particular interest for us...
Acknowledging the need for improved transit service, the Chicago Department of Transportation is launching a study aimed at improving public transportation for residents of 13 South Side communities: Douglas, Grand Boulevard, Oakland, Kenwood, Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore, South Chicago, Washington Park, Avalon Park, Calumet Heights, Greater Grand Crossing and Burnside.
So will this be the beginning of some improvement for us, catching us up to the North Lakefront?

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