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11 hours ago, rvwnsd said:

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Honestly, it'd just be better for O'Hare to run shuttles to Jeff Park for this brief moment

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12 hours ago, rvwnsd said:

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Peeps acting like shutting down a section of a line for two days for the benefit of faster service is the end of world 😒.  Like ik it's a joke but it's not even that, there's just actually people that think that way.

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15 minutes ago, chicagocubs6323 said:

Peeps acting like shutting down a section of a line for two days for the benefit of faster service is the end of world 😒.  Like ik it's a joke but it's not even that, there's just actually people that think that way.

Full section shut downs aren't really common imo, for any stretch. I didn't hear of them before the Red Line South, and then in the years that followed, Washington, Baltimore, NYC and others I'm sure followed suit started doing the same. Not everyone is tuned in like we are though, so for them, it is an incredible disruption of service

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Compounded issue because of visitors who barely understand where the train is going, let alone trying figure out the bus shuttle connection. 

Saw some airport/airline employees caught off guard as well. 

It's clearly something that needed to happen, CTA seems like they try to avoid closures as much as they can. 

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