CHICAGO (CBS) — Roads and movement options are reopening around Chicago after closures due to protests in a arise of George Floyd’s death.
The city is reopening all opening and exit ramps that were blocked Saturday on vital roads including ramps on Lake Shore Drive, a Eisenhower and a Kennedy Expressway.
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s proclamation says a roads will be open formed on how pacific Saturday’s protests were.
CTA trains and buses using again, though some downtown train routes will be impacted by highway closures inside a Loop. It is best to check a CTA website to see that ones are influenced since it could change via a day.
All bridges in The Loop have also been lowered and are behind open to traffic.
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Lake Shore Drive, I-90/94 I-290 are behind open.
All bridges in a loop have also been lowered are behind open to traffic.
— Yasmeen Hassan (@YasmeenTV) June 7, 2020
Anyone who wants to get in and out of downtown should use Clark, Dearborn or Randolph as those bridges are open.