CTA Blue Line
A Blue Line train has been removed from the O’Hare station where it derailed early Monday, and the station is slated to reopen Sunday afternoon, a CTA spokeswoman confirmed.
A woman who was on her way to work at O’Hare is one of several people to file lawsuits after Monday’s Blue Line crash at O’Hare. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot talked with her.
Although CTA is promising faster trains when the latest round of renovations to the Blue Line are complete, they will not be as fast as riders were promised a few years ago.
The collision injured 33 people and they were rushed to eight hospitals, including Rush Oak Park.
Trains on the Forest Park Branch of the CTA Blue Line were running behind schedule Wednesday afternoon after a man was struck and killed by a train on the West Side.
Service at the Blue Line O’Hare station was suspended early today after a fire was reported.