Some Red Line Trains Back on Normal Tracks After Earlier Fire - NBC Chicago

Some Red Line Trains Back on Normal Tracks After Earlier Fire

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    Some Red Line Trains Back on Normal Tracks After Earlier Fire

    CTA Red Line trains in both directions were running on elevated tracks between the Fullerton and Cermak-Chinatown Stations due to a minor fire at track level but 95th-bound trains have since resumed normal routing , according to the transit agency.

    After stopping at Fullerton, 95th-bound trains were diverted and stop at:

    • Armitage;
    • Sedgwick;
    • Chicago;
    • Merchandise Mart;
    • Clark/Lake;
    • State/Lake;
    • Washington/Wabash;
    • Adams/Wabash; and
    • Roosevelt.

    Normal routes will resume at Cermak-Chinatown, the CTA said.

    Howard-bound trains will stop at the same stations in the opposite order before reaching Fullerton and resuming normal service to Howard.

    The service disruption was announced at 3:24 p.m.

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