PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – All outbound rails on the T were temporarily deviated to the Allentown line to avoid the Mt. Washington Tunnel where a rail car was stuck.
The Mt Washington Tunnel has reopened to outbound transit. All routes have returned to regular routing. https://t.co/Vu6BenSMa3READ MORE: 1 Shot And Killed In Pittsburgh's Lincoln-Lemington Neighborhood
— Port Authority Alerts (@PghTransitAlert) June 2, 2019
The Pittsburgh Port Authority rerouted the outbound T line to Allentown, and in a Tweet, said they expected delays.READ MORE: Carnegie Mellon University's Biorobotics Lab Creates Robot That Can Swim
During the reroute, Port Authority advised passengers who board an outbound car to Station Square to transfer to an inbound car at South Hills.
The change in routes was caused by a rail car that was stuck in the Mt. Washington Tunnel due to an air leak.MORE NEWS: Police Looking For 2 Suspects Accused Of Stealing More Than $1,300 Worth Of Merchandise From Indiana Co. Walmart
The disabled rail car created the changes at 10 a.m., but they were resolved about 40 minutes later.