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Security Alert

Exercise Caution in Chicago - Curfew Imposed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

June 2 - 10 p.m. -- Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced the City of Chicago will continue its overnight curfew from 9 p.m. Tuesday to 6 a.m. Wednesday, and Northwestern University is reminding members of the University community, especially those who live in Chicago, essential workers on the Chicago campus and others who plan to be in the City, to stay aware of their surroundings, respect the curfew and be mindful of their personal safety.

The mayor's office also announced it is restoring access to the Central Business District and Loop to prepare the city for reopening on Wednesday. The mayor's office said that while full access to the area will be reintroduced for all Chicagoans, select closures and service interruptions will remain in effect until further notice. The citywide overnight curfew for all residents and visitors will remain in effect until further notice. A number of suburbs in the Chicago area continued their overnight curfews Tuesday night.

The mayor's office said starting at 5 a.m. Wednesday, the following will reopen:

--Lake Shore Drive will open with the following exits remaining closed: Michigan Avenue, Chicago Avenue, Grand Avenue, Lower Wacker Drive and Randolph Street.
--All entrance and exit ramps on I-290 and I-90/94.
--CTA train and bus service will be restored, however, some train stops located within or near the designated boundaries in the Central Business District and Loop area will remain closed. Closures impacting the morning rush will be posted beginning at 5 a.m. Wednesday and will be updated regularly throughout the day at www.transitchicago.com.
Bridges in the Central Business District will be lowered over the Chicago River on Clark, Dearborn, Lake, Randolph, Wells and Washington streets.


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June 1 - 6:50 p.m. -- A curfew from 9 p.m. Monday to 6 a.m. Tuesday remains in effect for the City of Chicago this evening, and National Guard troops are regulating access to the downtown business area. Many suburbs have also instituted curfews and advised businesses to close early.

We want to remind the Northwestern community, especially those who live in Chicago, essential workers on the Chicago campus and others who plan to be in the City, to stay aware of their surroundings, respect the curfew and be mindful of their personal safety.

In addition, while CTA bus and rail service resumed at 6 a.m., service is not operating in or near the downtown area. Today's service may be subject to changes or service disruptions depending on public activity. Check the CTA website for the latest updates at https://www.transitchicago.com.

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May 31 - 7:45 p.m. -- Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has extended the curfew for the City of Chicago indefinitely. It will be in effect each night from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. We continue to advise all members of the Northwestern community who live in Chicago or need to travel downtown for essential duties to be aware of the travel restrictions, respect the curfew and exercise caution for their personal safety.

In addition, please be aware the City has announced that at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the CTA will suspend service on all CTA bus routes and rail lines at the request of public safety officials. Service is expected to resume Monday morning. CTA will provide service updates via transitchicago.com.

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May 30 - 11 p.m. -- As you may have already heard, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has imposed a curfew on the City of Chicago from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Given the significant civil unrest and violence in the Loop and downtown Saturday, Northwestern University is cautioning our community to exercise care for their personal safety in the days ahead when moving about downtown or performing essential duties on the Chicago campus.

The University wants to alert those who may be participating in peaceful protests in the coming days, as well as all members of our community who live in Chicago, perform essential duties or travel in the city, to take care, exercise caution, respect the curfew and obey the law. Our community is outraged and grieving, as are so many around the nation, and peaceful protests are an understandable exercise of people's First Amendment rights. We also want to urge our community members in the strongest terms to be cautious about their personal safety in the days ahead as these events continue to unfold.

Posted June 2, 2020, 10:06 PM.

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