CTA Yellow Line running again after switching problems

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(SKOKIE) Service on the CTA’s Yellow Line has resumed after track switching problems at the Skokie station briefly halted trains Tuesday afternoon.

Trains were stopped about 4 p.m., but service has normal resumed as of about 5:10 p.m. the CTA said.

Shuttle buses were available to provide connecting service through the area, passengers were asked to use the No. 97 Skokie bus as an alternative.

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