25.6.2021

State Lake Station

Reimagining one of the oldest stations in Chicago's elevated rail network, the new design improves accessibility, safety and comfort for all riders, and maintains a respectful relationship to the adjacent historic and cultural fabric of downtown.

Today, the City of Chicago, Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) revealed preliminary designs for the city’s State/Lake elevated station and Red Line Connection in the heart of downtown. The design is led by SOM, TranSystems and a diverse local consultant team with expertise in transit and historic preservation, and informed by input from neighboring property owners, as well as civic and preservation organizations. The station is the second busiest in the CTA network, located at a vital junction within the Chicago Loop and serving six of Chicago’s eight train lines, with further connections to pedestrian and bus routes.

The proposed State/Lake Station design includes wider safer platforms, a sweeping glass canopy to protect passengers from the elements, a new accessible fly-over connection bridge, new elevators for riders of all mobilities to the elevated and Red Line platforms, and public realm enhancements at street level.

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