The 95th/Dan Ryan station is a critical piece of the CTA’s Red Line. It connects Far South Side communities to job centers throughout the region and serves as a transit gateway for the South Side and suburbs.
Originally built in 1969, this station is now one of the CTA's busiest, with 24-hour Red Line service and over 1,000 CTA and Pace bus trips on a typical weekday.There are roughly 300,000 people who live within walking distance of the CTA bus routes serving the 95th/Dan Ryan Terminal.
Improvements were needed to better serve existing high volume of riders, provide safer passenger access to buses and the train station, and expand passenger facilities that will lead to a modern, safe and pedestrian-friendly transit center with fewer delays and shorter travel times.
The new and expanded terminal offers more space and better amenities, and improve the walking flow of passengers. Improvements include the following:
CCC’s Resident Engineer/Construction Manager supervised the construction process from sub-contractor selection stage through final construction. Responsibilties included the following:
Dan Ryan and 95th Street Red Line Reconstruction Design-Build had a construction cost of $280 million. The work also included extensive track removal and replacement work.
I want to express my most sincere thanks to the project management team for their leadership and support throughout the Jamieson annex project. The CCC management staff was very professional and responsive to any of my or my staffs needs during this project. I can't speak highly enough for these employees working under the PBC and feel they should be recognized for their outstanding work.