The CTA is putting the final touches on the completely overhauled California Blue Line station in Logan Square, and will reopen the station this Thursday. The station has been closed for the last six weeks to receive a number of upgrades and renovations which include structural repairs, platform repairs, as well as new platform lighting, signage and bike racks. Although the station has undergone a lot of changes, it will still retain its historic brick entrance which has been on California Avenue since 1895. The renovation of the station is a part of the CTA's $494 million Your New Blue project, a four year long effort that will modernize and upgrade many of the Blue Line stations that were originally built in 1895.
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