Groundbreaking for new transportation center at Olive-Harvey College
October 28, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel joins City Colleges Chancellor Cheryl Hyman Monday to break ground on a $45 million project.
The Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Center will be at Olive-Harvey College and will be the first of its kind in Illinois. It is designed to prepare students for more than 100,000 jobs expected in the Chicago area over the next decade.
The construction project itself will create 150 jobs.
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