Service has been restored after being suspended on a portion of the Blue Line Library just hours after it reopened.
All inbound and outbound rail service was suspended between Lytle Station and Washington Junction due to a downed tree, according to a tweet from Pittsburgh Port Authority.
Shuttle buses were operating between the two stations and rail service is still operating between Library and Lytle.
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It took about three hours for service to be restored.
On Sunday, the Port Authority reopened the Blue Line Library months after severe flooding devastated a four-mile stretch of the track.
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