- A important part of an overhaul of the Purple and Purple traces on the Chicago “L” train system is complete with the opening of a new bypass structure on Nov. 19, the Chicago Transit Authority declared. The new $one.3B bridge and tracks are created to break up a almost century-aged bottleneck difficulty.
- Basic contractor Walsh Development and engineering and building firm Fluor Development joined forces as key contractors for the venture. Stantec is lead designer, and EXP, Intercontinental Bridge Technologies and TranSmart/EJM Engineering also assisted with the work.
- The bypass is portion of the much larger Purple and Purple Modernization (RPM) venture meant to correct or replace tracks and stations along an just about 10-mile extend in get to accommodate rising ridership. The new rail bridge, which began building in 2019, is about .3 miles lengthy and marks the to start with new section of