The "L" is the second oldest transit system in the United States, behind Boston's.
March 4 at 10:58 PM
Only about 36% of the "L" is actually elevated. The rest is at ground level or below ground.
February 25 at 9:05 PM
The Northwest junction of the L's loop, the busiest level junction on the L and one of the busiest in the world, is called Tower 18.
January 22 at 1:41 AM
The majority of Chicago's "L" was developed and controlled by Charles Yerkes, who later did the same for much of the London Underground.
January 3 at 1:34 PM
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