While commuter lines will operate, passengers should plan for some delays as trains approach and pass through the McCormick Place stop due to security measures.
South Shore Line and Metra Electric trains will not be shut down around McCormick Place during next month’s NATO summit.
The Secret Service announced Tuesday that those trains would continue to run on May 19 and 20, even though those commuter rail lines run underneath McCormick Place, where the summit will be held.
“The Secret Service and the Chicago Police Department, our partner in developing and implementing the overall NATO Summit security plan, have worked tirelessly with our federal, state and local law enforcement and public safety partners to devise a plan that will allow commuter trains to run during the summit without compromising security,” said Frank Benedetto, Special Agent in Charge of the Secret Service’s Chicago Field Office.
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