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The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is warning commuters to expect delays Tuesday morning.

The Red Line, which was shut down Monday night, is back in service, but all Rapids are running on a delay due to several trains being out of service due to ice and extreme cold issues, according to spokeswoman Mary Shaffer.

Buses are also running on delays due to mechanical issues. The majority of the problems were caused by frozen air systems. The air operates brakes, doors and heating and without it, buses cannot safely operate.

Extra RTA crews have been called in to continue working to repair trains and buses in efforts to continue to provide bus and train service overnight and into the morning.

"While we are working diligently, the cold is sticking around, and we anticipate continued issues and delays. We apologize to our customers, but the weather is affecting us badly," Shaffer said in an email statement.

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