CHICAGO -- For a year now, thousands of bikers, runners and walkers have gotten out to enjoy a brand new elevated fitness trail in Chicago. The '606' transformed the defunct Bloomingdale train line.. into a 2.7 mile path. There are 12 access points for you to hop on or off. It cost nearly 100 million dollars to build... but it has become a gorgeous new fixture for the Wicker Park, Bucktown, Logan Square and Humboldt Park neighborhoods. Wondering why they call it the '606'.. of course, for the first 3 digits of the zip code all Chicagoans share! Janet hosts the entire episode from various points along the trail.