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The Gold Suburban Express, commonly known as the Gold Line, is a premium CTA route which runs from Randolph/South Water (formerly Millennium Station) to University Park via the former Metra Electric District.

History

The Gold Line was originally a commuter railroad line belonging to Metra. However, for 3 years straight, the Metra Electric District had the lowest ridership of any Metra line and was the most expensive to run. Metra sold the line to CTA and operations began between Randolph and Matteson on July 17th, 2016. The line extended to University Park 3 months later, and once again to Peotone in 2017. The Blue Island and South Chicago branches were replaced with bus service.

Stations:

Randolph/South Water

Van Buren

Museum Campus/11th

18th

McCormick Place

27th

47th

51st/53rd

57th

59th/University of Chicago

63rd

95th/Chicago State University

Riverdale

Ivanhoe

147th-Sibley

Harvey

Hazel Crest

Calumet

Homewood

Flossmoor

Olympia Fields

Park Forest

Matteson

Richton Park

University Park

Monee

Peotone

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