Blue Line service resumes between Forest Park and Harlem after hour-long power failure

The CTA recommended travelers consider nearby bus routes.

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A fire was started on a CTA train early Saturday in the Loop.

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CTA Blue Line rail service resumed Tuesday morning after a power failure suspended service for an hour on the West Side.

Trains were initially suspended at 9 a.m. between Forest Park and Harlem Avenue, according to the Chicago Transit Authority.

Service resumed by about 10 a.m., the CTA said in an alert.

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