A minor derailment caused major delays on the Red, Brown and Purple ‘L’ lines Tuesday morning.
Maintenance work on the CTA Blue Line and Brown Line this weekend will lead to some minor delays for passengers.
Blue Line trains in both directions will operate on the same track between the Grand and LaSalle stations from 11 p.m. until 4 a.m As a result, passengers must board and exit all trains on the O’Hare-bound side of the platform.
The CTA will operate special shuttle buses for people attending the 2011 Chicago Auto Show, and will provide service during all show hours on three regular bus routes.
One person was taken to the hospital this morning, after a car backed into a stopped Brown Line train at the Rockwell station.
CTA officials say the trusty ‘L’ is Chicagoans’ best bet for getting around in the blizzard, but the rapid transit service has not been spared problems.
Police activity at the Merchandise Mart CTA platform forced the agency to shut down power in both directions for about 15 minutes this afternoon.
A motorist and a CTA train operator were hospitalized Sunday morning when a CTA Brown Line train struck a car in the Albany Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side.
The CTA’s newest ‘L’ cars are on the move again.
CTA riders on the Brown, Orange and Green lines may experience delays in the Loop this weekend as upgrades continue on the signal system.
CHICAGO (STMW) – Track construction beginning this weekend on the South and West Sides as well as downtown will reroute some CTA trains, and riders are advised to allow extra travel time. Green, Brown and […]
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