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The 606 runs along the Bloomingdale Trail (1800N) for 2.7 miles between Ashland (1600W) and Ridgeway (3750W), following the former Bloomingdale train line.

Connecting the neighborhoods of Humboldt Park, Wicker Park, Logan Square and and Bucktown, the 606 is an innovative park space that brings together arts, history, design, trails for bikers, runners, and walkers, event spaces, and green, open space for Chicagoans and visitors alike. 

The trail can be accessed via the CTA Blue Line Western or Damen stops and there are 12 access points, approximately every quarter-mile, and a total of 17 access ramps, all of which are accessible to people with disabilities.

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Running along the former Bloomingdale Line, The 606 is an elevated, 2.7 mile landscaped trail that draws runners and bikers from Chicago and afar.

The 606 runs along the Bloomingdale Trail (1800N) for 2.7 miles between Ashland (1600W) and Ridgeway (3750W), following the former Bloomingdale train line.

Connecting the neighborhoods of Humboldt Park, Wicker Park, Logan Square and and Bucktown, the 606 is an innovative park space that brings together arts, history, design, trails for bikers, runners, and walkers, event spaces, and green, open space for Chicagoans and visitors alike. 

The trail can be accessed via the CTA Blue Line Western or Damen stops and there are 12 access points, approximately every quarter-mile, and a total of 17 access ramps, all of which are accessible to people with disabilities.

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