South Shore Line services added for Chicago Auto Show

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South Shore Line train schedules will be adjusted to accommodate visitors to the Chicago Auto Show through Feb. 19, making extra runs to McCormick Place stationbetween King Dr. & LakeShoreDr, according to the South Shore Line Service.

The following weekday trains will make flag stops at the McCormick Place Station from Feb. Monday through Friday and on Feb. 19:

  • Westbound trains 14, 216, 116, 218, 18, 118, 220 and 20.
  • Eastbound trains 109, 209, 17, 119, 19, 121, and 123.

An eastbound passenger extra will run on Saturday, departing from McCormick Place at 4:52 p.m. The train will run non-stop to Hegewisch and make all local stops until it reaches Carroll Avenue, Michigan City. The train will not serve Hudson Lake or South Bend,according to theservice.

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