Pulse 95th Street Design and Construction

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Pulse 95th Street Design and Construction

Agency
Pace
Asset Category
Stations & Passenger Facilities
Mode
Bus
2023 Funding
$1,464,000
2024-2027 Funding
$21,031,500
PMO

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Project Description

Design and construction of stations of the Pulse 95th Rapid Transit Line. The project corridor is approximately 12.4 miles in length and runs east-west between the CTA Red Line 95th/Dan Ryan Station in Chicago and Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills primarily routed along 95th Street, as well as several other roadways in Bridgeview, Chicago Ridge, Hickory Hills, and Palos Hills. The proposed line would include connections to other transit services including the CTA Red Line 95th/Dan Ryan Station and other CTA routes, other Pace bus routes, Metra Rock Island District Line Longwood Station, Metra Southwest Service, and Oak Lawn Patriot Station. As Pace’s third anticipated Pulse line, the 95th Street service will improve connectivity and increase transit service levels through higher frequencies, travel time savings, and station amenities. The Pulse 95th Street Line will connect to the Pulse Halsted Line, and eventually to the Pulse Harlem and Cicero Lines.