Oak Park (CTA Blue Line station)
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|Address||950 South Oak Park Avenue
Oak Park, Illinois 60304
|Structure type||Surface Level|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Opened||March 20, 1960|
|Owned by||Chicago Transit Authority|
|Passengers (2012)||538,954 2.3% (CTA)|
Oak Park is a station on the Chicago 'L' system, serving the Blue Line's Forest Park branch and Oak Park, Illinois. The station is located alongside the Eisenhower Expressway between South Oak Park Avenue and South East Avenue. The auxiliary entrance on South East Avenue is half a block from the Oak Park Conservatory.
|G||Ground level||Entrance/Exit, station building|
|Southbound||← Blue Line toward Forest Park (Harlem)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Northbound||→ Blue Line toward O'Hare (Austin) →|
- #311 Oak Park Avenue
- "CTA to Open New Congress Right of Way". Chicago Daily Tribune. March 20, 1960. p. W3.
- "Congress CTA on Permanent Right of Way". Chicago Daily Tribune. March 20, 1960. p. 25.
Media related to Oak Park (CTA Blue Line) at Wikimedia Commons
- Oak Park (Congress Line) Station Page
- Oak Park Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View
- East Avenue entrance from Google Maps Street View
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