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O'Hare is the 'L' station at the northwestern terminus of the CTA's Blue Line. It is a subway station with two island platforms serving three tracks, located at O'Hare International Airportmarker, 17 miles (27 km) northwest of the Chicago Loopmarker. Trains are scheduled to depart from O'Hare roughly every 2-7 minutes during rush-hour periods, and take about 40 minutes to travel to the Loop. It is also the only CTA station without coordinates. The reason for this is that O'Hare Airport doesn't line up with any streets in the city. The coordinates that are listed are an approximate guess based on position.

History

O'Hare station opened on September 4, 1984, as the terminus of an extension of the Blue Line from its former terminal at Jefferson Parkmarker. O'Hare. Chicago-"L".org (URL accessed September, 30 2006). It was built to a design by the architectural firm Murphy/Jahn.

Bus and rail connections

Take Airport Transit System to Remote Parking Stop to access connections

Pace Buses
  • #250 Dempster Street * #330 Manneheim-LaGrange Roads


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