CHICAGO - The 606, also known as the Bloomingdale Trail, officially opened today.
The nearly 3-mile elevated trail is for walkers, runners and cyclists.
It's the result of a $95 million project that was a decade in the making.
The trail is built on old train tracks and runs through Bucktown, Wicker Park, Logan Square and Humboldt Park.
It's called the 606 for the first three digits of the city's zip code.
The trail has twelve access points.
Opening weekend celebrations including a street festival and sports activities are planned for Saturday and Sunday.
A full schedule of events can be found here.