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CTA pub crawl Saturday; weekend service changes

The BeerAdvocate is sponsoring its 4th Annual CTA Pub Crawl at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Local Option. The beery jaunt is focused on the North Side around DePaul, Wrigley and Andersonville. Check the map here.

CTA Tattler hope to pull off its own pub crawl sometime in May. Stay tuned for details. But it definitely will feature a combo of Red, Brown and Blue line rides connected by buses on Bus Tracker. Gotta love modern technology guiding your drinking.

O'Hare Blue Line overnight single tracking. The CTA warns that "due to work on the northbound track, a single track will be in effect for Blue Line trains affecting boarding at the Grand, Chicago and Division stations from 10 p.m. Friday, April 17 until 4 a.m. Monday, April 20." And, trains will operate at 15 minute intervals throughout the weekend. As they say, allow extra travel time.

Weekend service changes. Check out the planned service changes for the weekend here. There's plenty of track maintenance work on the rails, and some bus reroutes dues to the Wrigley Start Early Run.


Just so it's clear, this is not a BeerAdvocate event. It actually says on the map that you link to that it is a Beer Mapping (beermapping.com) event.

This event isn't really open to the public, you have to register on beermapping.com in the forums to be able to attend most parts of the crawl. Those who haven't registered and rsvp'ed in the forums thread will not be allowed to participate on those segments.


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