Conditions improved and service resumed at the Chicago/State station at 6:55 a.m.
CTA Purple Line service is resuming after Monday’s frigid weather shut it down for about an hour and caused delays on multiple other train lines during the morning commute.
A woman suffered only minor injuries Friday, after she fell on the tracks at a CTA Red Line station, and came into contact with a train.
The man, 20, was at the station in the 1100 block of West Argyle Street shortly after 2 a.m. when a gunman approached, yelled gang slogans and fired, hitting him in the shoulder.
Red Line trains are resuming normal service after a person was struck and killed by a train Wednesday in the Englewood neighborhood on the South Side, authorities said.
A 31-year-old woman is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation after she jumped a turnstile and boarded an ‘L’ train — naked.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports he came to his Red Line stop at Argyle for the 9:05 train and in an instant it became life or death.
A car-carrying semi-truck jumped the concrete wall separating the Dan Ryan Expressway from the CTA Red Line Sunday night, landing on the newly repaired tracks and damaging the third rail.
As the rebuilt Dan Ryan branch of the CTA’s Red Line got its first rush hour test Monday morning, commuters were giving a thumbs up to the faster, smoother rides between 95th Street and downtown.
A relief for CTA passengers who travel to and from the South Side: The Red Line reconstruction project is over.
The rebuilt south branch of the CTA’s Red Line will reopen on Sunday, and transit officials on Thursday offered a preview of what’s in store for riders.
A week from Monday, the CTA Red Line is expected to reopen between Roosevelt Road and the 95th Street terminal.
Riders will be able to easily update their Facebook status from deep underground on the CTA’s subways.
Reopening of the line is expected no later than Oct. 19.
Normal service has resumed on the CTA Red Line after a train derailed early Thursday in the South Side Englewood neighborhood.
Monday marks the three month mark in the CTA’s five-month effort to rebuild the Red Line South from the ground up.
Excuse the pun, but Red Line reconstruction is right on track.
The CTA Red Line was shut down Sunday night after a man was struck and killed by a train near the State and Grand station, authorities said.
Police were seeking a man who has been ripping off cell phones and purses in and around a South Loop subway stop.
Six weeks in, the CTA Red Line South reconstruction project remains on schedule and on budget.