Blue Line service being restored after signal problems at O’Hare

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CTA Blue Line service was being restored Tuesday night after signal problems at the O’Hare stop caused major delays during the evening commute.

As of 8:30 p.m., Blue Line trains were operating with residual delays after the signal problems were resolved, according to an alert from the CTA.

Riders were advised to allow extra travel time.

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