South Shore trains to resume service after power outage

SHARE South Shore trains to resume service after power outage
SHARE South Shore trains to resume service after power outage

South Shore Line trains are set to resume service after service was suspended between Chicago and northwest Indiana Thursday morning because of a power outage.

Service was suspended because of Northern Indiana Public Service Company-related damage caused by the blizzard, according to a statement posted to the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District website.

NIPSCO spokeswoman Kathleen Szot said the damage causing the outage had been repaired by approximately 6 a.m.

Westbound service will resume with the departure of Train 216 from Gary Metro Center at 10:12 a.m., and eastbound service will resume with the departure of Train 9 from Millennium Station at 12:35 p.m.

Midday passengers might encounter some delays, according to the statement.

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