South Shore Line rail service restored after blizzard

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CHICAGO — South Shore Line has restored service to and from Chicago after it was suspended due to blizzard damage in Indiana.

Commuters should expect delays on the train line, and should also check the South Shore Line’s website for updated schedules.

A statement on the site reads:

“NIPSCO repairs have been made and the South Shore expects to resume its regular westbound passenger service schedule with the departure of Train 216 from Gary Metro Center at 10:12 a.m.; and regular eastbound service schedule with the departure of Train 9 from Millennium Station at 12:35 pm. Mid-day passengers may encounter delays en route.”

Metra said they would accept South Shore tickets on the Metra Electric District, according to a news release.



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