CHICAGO (CBS)– Chicago Transit Authority service will resume Monday morning.
At 6 a.m., bus and rail service will be available, however, service will not operate in or near the downtown area.
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[Service Disruption] At 6am service will resume but will not operate in/near downtown area. Service may be disrupted depending on public activity. Latest updates: https://t.co/i0QriTeHLE
— cta (@cta) June 1, 2020
CTA officials said the service is “subject to change depending on public activity.” Officials will provide updates on the CTA website.
Lots of CTA disruptions this morning:
-Pink Line temporarily suspended between Loop & Western
-Green Line temp suspended between California & 47th
-Purple Line Express temp suspended between Loop & Belmont
-Orange Line temp suspended between Loop & 35th/Archer@cbschicago
— Audrina Bigos (@AudrinaBigos) June 1, 2020
Purple Line Express service will be temporarily suspended between the Loop and Belmont due to police activity.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Rain Arrives Sunday
Green Line service will be temporarily suspended between California and 47th due to police activity.
The CTA suspended all service citywide at 6:30 p.m. Sunday amid violent protests over the death of George Floyd.MORE NEWS: View Live Radar
This is a developing story.