Normal service resuming on 95th-bound Red Line trains

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CTA Red Line trains traveling south were temporarily bypassing Jarvis through Bryn Mawr stations Monday night due to a track condition near Granville.

Southbound trains were not stopping at Jarvis, Morse, Loyola, Granville, Thorndale and Bryn Mawr, the CTA said.

For service from these stations toward 95th, commuters were urged to take Howard-bound Red Line trains to Howard and transfer to a southbound train, the CTA said. For 95th-bound service to these stations from Howard, commuters exited at Berwyn and transfer to a Howard-bound train across the platform.

The No. 36 Broadway and No. 151 Sheridan buses were available for travel through the area, the CTA said.

Normal service was resuming by midnight, the transit agency reported.

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