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Spring 2019 Rail Pick April 28th

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It looks like the Red Line will have all trains going to 95th during weekday rush hours ending its run to/from Ashland/63rd, according to the pick sheets I looked at out of Howard. Also the midnight runs will go back to 836-840.

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5 hours ago, renardo870 said:

It looks like the Red Line will have all trains going to 95th during weekday rush hours ending its run to/from Ashland/63rd, according to the pick sheets I looked at out of Howard. Also the midnight runs will go back to 836-840.

When does the pick get implemented?

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1 hour ago, artthouwill said:

When does the pick get implemented?

April 28th, but technically the trips end after the PM Rush Period on April 26th but are still active as part of the pick until the new pick is in effect.

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7 hours ago, renardo870 said:

It looks like the Red Line will have all trains going to 95th during weekday rush hours ending its run to/from Ashland/63rd, according to the pick sheets I looked at out of Howard. Also the midnight runs will go back to 836-840.

What are the current night car runs? 836-?

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17 hours ago, Juniorz said:

April 28th, but technically the trips end after the PM Rush Period on April 26th but are still active as part of the pick until the new pick is in effect.

I will be sad.  This could be the last time we see Howard - Ashland/63 service ever.

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3 hours ago, renardo870 said:

840-845 Howard and  935-940 95th

Something doesn't seem right.  10 night cars get consolidated into just 4-5???

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1 hour ago, Sam92 said:

Something doesn't seem right.  10 night cars get consolidated into just 4-5???

The trains run every 15 minutes between 1 and 4 am.

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2 hours ago, artthouwill said:

The trains run every 15 minutes between 1 and 4 am.

Sometimes every 20 minutes between 11p and 4am due to single track work in the subway or south end.

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16 hours ago, renardo870 said:

Sometimes every 20 minutes between 11p and 4am due to single track work in the subway or south end.

Owl service is SCHEDULED to run every 15 minutes, delays and abnormalities notwithstanding. 

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On 3/14/2019 at 10:51 AM, renardo870 said:

840-845 Howard and  935-940 95th

939 is the last night car out of 95th now and 940 is an extra. 

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Are there any other changes with the other lines, specifically the Blue Line rush hour service  between Racine and Jefferson Park using 5000s from the Pink Line?

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32 minutes ago, renardo870 said:

Are there any other changes with the other lines, specifically the Blue Line rush hour service  between Racine and Jefferson Park using 5000s from the Pink Line?

I wouldn't imagine that's changing soon until the blue line gets the infrastructure to handle more modern fleets. 

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On 4/11/2019 at 2:28 PM, Juniorz said:

It's now official

 

Ashland/63rd Red Line Rush Period Trips Discontinued

Red Line

Impact:

Service Change

Monday, April 29, 2019
to TBD

Full Description:

How does this affect my trip? 
Red Line service between Howard and Ashland/63rd will no longer operate during the morning or evening rush periods.

Red Line service will run between Howard and 95th at all times.

Why is service being changed? 
The Howard-Ashland/63rd Red Line trips are being discontinued due to the substantial completion of construction for the 95th Street Terminal Improvement Project.

 

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