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from Hilton Palmer House 17 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603  OR OTHER LOCATION

From: 17 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603 To: 4551 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60609

Driving Distance: 6.4 miles Time: 10 minutes to 45 Minutes or an hour maybe by bus Orange line to Midway Halsted Bus #8

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Time

Distance

Instruction

7:30 AM

0.0

1 Depart 17 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603 [17 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603] on E Monroe St (East) for 0.1 mi

0.1

Turn RIGHT (South) onto S Michigan Ave for 1.9 mi

2.1

Turn RIGHT (West) onto (E) 22nd St [E Cermak Rd] for 0.4 mi

2.5

Turn LEFT (South) onto Local road(s) for 21 yds

2.5

Keep STRAIGHT onto Ramp for 0.2 mi towards I-55 / I-90 / I-94

2.7

Keep LEFT to stay on Ramp for 0.5 mi towards I-90 / I-94

3.2

Take Ramp (RIGHT) onto I-90 [I-94] for 2.0 mi towards I-90 / I-94 / Local

5.2

At exit 56B, take Ramp (RIGHT) onto S Wentworth Ave for 0.3 mi towards 47th St

5.5

Turn RIGHT (West) onto W 47th St for 0.7 mi

6.2

Turn RIGHT (North) onto S Halsted St for 0.2 mi

8:00 AM

6.4

2 Arrive 4551 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60609

 

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For Emergency Routes off the expressway use Halsted Street or State Street other alternative off expressway from the North Use Pershing it is S. 39Th Street

There is a way out. Reroute!
 

Mainline construction on the Dan Ryan Expressway has begun. The expressway has been reduced to three open lanes in each direction from 13th Street to the I-57 Interchange so our �Road Doctors� can build a safer, less congested Dan Ryan.

Cars Off, Trucks On. Heavy trucks should stay on the expressway while passenger vehicles are encouraged to AVOID THE DAN RYAN by using public transportation, the Chicago Skyway or alternate routes. IDOT's recommended alternate routes are Ashland Ave. and the combination of Stony Island Ave./Lake Shore Drive or the Chicago Skyway. There is a way out. Reroute!

 

 

Click On Map to Open the Dan Ryan Alternate Routes Brochure.
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*Drivers heading south on Lake Shore Dr. or traveling north on Stony Island Ave. must stay to the right to access Cornell Dr., which connects the two alternate routes to each other between 56th St. and 65th Pl. USE BACK BUTTON TO RETURN!

 

THE LEADER THE REST WILL FOLLOW!  HAZWOPER TRAINING

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