Signal problems delay Metra Milwaukee District North trains

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One train has been canceled on Metra’s Milwaukee District / North Line and several others are delayed because of signal problems Tuesday morning.

Outbound train No. 2105, which was scheduled to depart Chicago at 7:24 a.m. and arrive in Deerfield at 8:16 a.m., will not operate Tuesday morning, according to a Metra service alert. Train No. 2107, which was scheduled to depart Chicago at 7:40 and arrive in Grayslake at 9 a.m., will accommodate passengers off of the canceled train.

Inbound train No. 2126, scheduled to depart Deerfield at 8:26 a.m., is on the move and operating approximately 15 to 20 minuteslate, according to Metra.

Inbound train No. 2128, scheduled to depart Fox Lake at 8:45 a.m., will leave about 10 or 15 minutes late, according to Metra.

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