View northwest from the station, toward IIT's State Street Village.
16 East 35th Street|
Chicago, Illinois 60616
|Owned by||Chicago Transit Authority|
|Platforms||1 Island platform|
|Opened||June 6, 1892|
|Previous names||35th Street, Tech-35th|
|Passengers (2015)||666,184 5.2%|
|Rank||95 out of 143[a]|
35th–Bronzeville–IIT (formerly Tech–35th) is a station on the Chicago Transit Authority's 'L' system, located in the Chicago, Illinois neighborhood of Douglas and serving the Green Line. It is situated at 16 E 35th Street, just east of State Street.
The station opened on June 6, 1892. In October 1962, the station, then known as "Tech-35th", caught fire. The northbound platform was destroyed, and service between the adjacent Cermak and Indiana stations was suspended for four days. The station operated using temporary platforms until its renovation in 1965.
Currently, the station serves the historic neighborhood of Bronzeville as well as the Illinois Institute of Technology campus, including Shimer College, which is located immediately across State Street from the station. The station also serves Guaranteed Rate Field, though the Red Line station of Sox–35th is closer. In April 2011, a new Metra station opened between the two CTA stations, providing a convenient transfer point for those traveling to and from the suburbs.
The station features a farecard-only entrance at 3400S, on what would normally be 34th Street.
Tunnel just before the station at 33rd Street, over the MTCC of IIT's Main Campus.
- 29 State
- 31 31st
- 35 31st/35th
Notes and references
- Due to possible double-counting of physically-connected stations, the CTA's official 2015 tally of stations was 146, but for ridership purposes reported having only 143 stations.
- "Monthly Ridership Report – December 2015" (PDF). Chicago Transit Authority Ridership Analysis and Reporting. January 11, 2016. Retrieved March 12, 2016.
- "Running on the "L."". Chicago Daily Tribune. June 7, 1892. p. 9.
- "35th St.-Bronzeville-IIT". April 2018.
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