No Blue Line trains between Western and Logan Square this weekend

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Blue Line service will be suspended this weekend between the Western and Logan Square stations on the O’Hare branch as the CTA works to improve the tracks.

Starting at 10 p.m. Friday, and lasting until 4 a.m. Monday, riders will have to take shuttle buses between the stops, according to the CTA.

The shuttles will operate at the Western, California and Logan Square stations 24 hours a day, the CTA said.

Customers should allow up to 20 minutes of extra travel time when using the Blue Line O’Hare branch this weekend, the CTA said.

CTA buses Nos. 52 and 73 will be detoured to adjacent streets because track construction will close California between Palmer Street and Milwaukee Avenue; and Armitage Avenue between Campbell and Milwaukee avenues, according to the CTA.

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