The $3.7 billion project — 50 years in the making — has reached what transit officials call “the final phase” of the federal funding process. When complete, the Red Line will include four new stops, including a new terminus at 130th Street near Altgeld Gardens.
Reset checks in with community leaders from the far South Side about the potential positive impacts of connecting their neighborhoods to the El system.
GUESTS: Cheryl Johnson, executive director, People for Community Recovery
Rev. Otis Moss III, senior pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ
Andrea Reed, executive director, Greater Roseland Chamber of Commerce