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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Commuters who take the T should allow themselves extra travel time Friday morning.

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Crews are making emergency track repairs at the North Side Station, starting at 9 a.m.

The Port Authority said the inbound line of the T will end at the Wood Street station downtown.

For riders that need to keep going towards the North Shore station, there will be a rail shuttle to help you go the rest of the way.

That rail will then take riders to the Gateway, North Side and Allegheny stations via the outbound tracks.

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Anyone who uses the Allegheny, North Shore or Gateway stations to ride the T toward Station Square after 9 a.m. should wait for an inbound train on the outbound platform.

Expect delays anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes. They hope to have the repairs at the North Side Station wrapped up Friday afternoon and everything back to normal before people head home from work.

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