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Old 04-02-2017, 04:14 PM   #56
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While it is true that many Chicago suburbs have streets with no pavements, Chicago itself does have pavements on most of its streets.

In much of Chicago, the best way to get around will be to use what everyone calls "The L" (elevated railway- though parts of it are actually tubes). The "L" is actually named the CTA, so look for CTA signs, not "L". Note that CTA also runs buses at street level. Most of these don't go to Chicago's attractions and you could easily get lost.

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