Green and blue lines running again as expected

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CLEVELAND — As predicted, the green and blue Rapid lines were running as usual on Tuesday morning.

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority temporarily stopped service after rainfall flooded the tracks and damaged a retaining wall on Sunday.

The section of a wall collapsed inside a tunnel at the Buckeye Woodhill Station.  Debris was left on the tracks, forcing the RTA to stop running the blue and green line trains between Tower City and Shaker Square.

On Monday, crews were on the scene assessing and repairing the damage.  According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, the bridge is owned by the city of Cleveland but ODOT will complete the repairs since they already have crews working on a nearby street project.

While the line was shut down, the RTA was using buses to get people where they need to go.

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