CTA train service on Orange, Green lines restored after medical emergency near Roosevelt

ByABC7 Chicago Digital Team via WLS logo

CHICAGO (WLS) — Service on the CTA Green and Orange lines has been restored Tuesday morning after a medical emergency near the Roosevelt station.

The CTA said according to preliminary information, there were reports of an unauthorized person on the elevated tracks just south of 16th Street

The CTA said Green Line service was temporarily suspended between 35th Street and Bronzeville/IIT. Trains will run between 63rd Street and 35-Bronzeville/IIT and also between the Loop and Harlem/Lake. Harlem-bound Green Line trains will operate on the inner Loop.

Shuttle buses were available between 35th-Bronzeville-IIT and Adams/Wabash.

Orange Line service was temporarily suspended between Halsted and the Loop. Shuttle buses are available between Halsted and the Loop.

Shortly before 7 a.m., the CTA said service on both the Orange and Green lines was restored with residual delays.

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