Loop trains back in service after switching problem
December 7, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Service is back to normal on several CTA elevated trains in The Loop after a switching problem during Friday evening's rush stopped several trains.
The CTA says crews had to manually operate the switch for a period of time.
The problem was corrected around 7:30 Friday evening. However, the agency says crews continue to work on fixing the issues that led to the problem.
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