Take Transit with “Pride” This Weekend!
June 22, 2018
The 49th Annual Chicago Pride Parade takes place on Sunday, June 24. The parade starts at noon at Montrose Avenue and Broadway Street in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood and ends near the intersection of Diversey Parkway and Cannon Drive in Lincoln Park.
With various street closures and massive crowds, traffic will surely be an issue. But we have a solution: public transportation! Here’s what you may need to be aware of on the day of the parade.
You can access the parade from several CTA stations, including Wilson and Sheridan. The Red and Brown Lines provide the closest service to the parade route with fast, frequent service:
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