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CHICAGO — The CTA is handing out free travel kits to passengers in an effort to promote safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The kits include a two-ounce bottle of hand sanitizer, a reusable cloth mask and a guide for safe travel tips.

The kits will be handed out to riders at busy “L” stations and bus terminals all this week.

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The Travel Healthy kits will be available between 8-10 a.m. at the following locations:

Tuesday, June 23

  • 95th Street (Red Line)
  • Clark/Lake
  • Polk (Pink Line)

Wednesday, June 24

  • Howard (Red Line)
  • Roosevelt (Red, Green, Orange Lines)

Thursday, June 25

  • Jefferson Park (Blue Line)
  • Roosevelt (Red, Green, Orange Lines)

Friday, June 26

  • Midway (Orange Line)
  • Harlem/Lake (Green Line)

Ridership on the CTA dropped about 80 percent in the last couple of months. But the agency says it’s seeing the uptick in passengers again as the city reopen.

Face masks are required on all CTA trains and buses.