- Associated Press - Sunday, November 23, 2014

GARY, Ind. (AP) - A burst pipe is going to cause inconveniences for commuters who use the downtown Gary Public Transportation Center.

City officials say it will take three to five days to get the water out of the facility and assess the damage caused by the pipe that burst late Saturday night. They say buses and South Shore commuter rail line will continue to operate, but commuters won’t have access to the lobby area.

The city says a special walking path has been created for South Shore customers to access trains, but the elevator and escalator will not be running. The concession stand on the first floor will be closed until repairs are made.

Greyhound customers will have limited access to the service counter but will be able to purchase tickets on site.


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