Red Line trains bypassing stations for track problem

SHARE Red Line trains bypassing stations for track problem
SHARE Red Line trains bypassing stations for track problem

Howard-bound Red Line trains were not stopping at some stations Sunday afternoon for a track-related issue.

The trains were bypassing stations between Berwyn and Jarvis due to a “track condition,” the CTA said in an alert at 12:43 p.m. Crews were working to solve the problem.

Customers who need to get off at these stops should board a 95th-bound train at Howard and ride back south.

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