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Help improve the Clybourn Metra station!

Wish you had a better Metra station at Clybourn? Your transit station doesn’t have to be difficult to get to on foot or by bike, and there’s no reason you should feel unsafe or uncomfortable as you wait for your train.

To help you bring change to your community, the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Active Transportation Alliance to make use of an easy-to-use tool that helps community members evaluate local transit stations and advocate for improved passenger amenities and better stations overall. Join us at the workshop!

What: Complete Station Assessment of Clybourn Metra Station on the Union Pacific/North Line
When: Wednesday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Clybourn Metra Station, 2001 North Ashland Ave.

Please RSVP to the meeting and receive a reminder email as the date gets closer. Questions? Please email Kyle Whitehead or call him at 312-427-3325 Ext. 392.  
What is a Complete Stations Assessment?
Transit riders often become accustomed to the routine of their commute and resign themselves to navigating outdated or inadequate infrastructure.

A Complete Stations Assessment is an evaluation tool to identify missing amenities or places for improvement for any CTA or Metra transit station — whether it’s missing a shelter or has problems with unclear signage, handicap accessibility or broken fare mechanisms.

This tool is designed to empower community members to rethink their transit stations, suggest improvements and attract the attention of important stakeholders to implement improvements.

The photo above shows a recent Complete Stations Assessment underway at the Addison Blue Line station.