Normal service is resuming on the CTA Pink Line after service was suspended for nearly five hours Thursday morning.
Service was suspended about 4 a.m. between Polk and the Loop because of signal problems near the Ashland/Lake station, according to a service alert from the CTA.
Normal service was resuming as of 8:57 a.m. with some residual delays, according to the CTA.
Pink Line trains cont. to operate only to Polk, then connect w/Blue Line at Racine, due to signal prob near Ashland/Lake. Shuttle bus avail.— cta (@cta) May 18, 2017
The difficulty of the decision on charging a former president is no reason to give Trump an unwarranted pass. As with any other citizen, Trump should be called to account for his actions.
Politicians should ask if bike lanes are what we want, rather than just giving an overly powerful lobby everything they want.
Chicago needs a major, permanent fairground and outdoor performance venue. Why not build one at South Works? Now to get U.S. Steel, and maybe the next mayor, to agree.
Flight cancellations Friday exceeded 260 at O’Hare Airport and 120 at Midway Airport. A wind advisory remains in effect until 1 p.m. Saturday.