Bids are being accepted from contractors until mid-June for a $203 million overhaul of the Wilson Red Line station in Chicago, according to the Chicago Transit Authority. The contractor winning the bid will oversee "reconstruction of a new station house," new entrances and restoration of the clock tower and facade. "Rebuilding the Wilson station is a critical component to rejuvenating the Red Line, the backbone of the CTA rail system, and is part of Mayor Emanuel's Building a New Chicago infrastructure program," said CTA President Forrest Claypool.

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