Would far-south-siders be willing to swap the long-awaited Red Line extension for a cheaper, quicker solution?

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Residents of Roseland, Pullman, and other neighborhoods south of 95th weigh in on the Electric Line conversion. Thanks to Donald Trump, the funding outlook for the long-awaited $2.3 billion Red Line extension—proposed and postponed since the Nixon administration—looks pretty bleak right now. In late January, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the planned route south from the current stopping point of 95th, winding 5.3 miles across Roseland and Pullman to Altgeld Gardens, with stations proposed near 103rd, 111th, Michigan at 116th, and 130th Streets.…
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Would far-south-siders be willing to swap the long-awaited Red Line extension for a cheaper, quicker solution?

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