BOSTON (CBS/AP) — Transit officials say it will likely be October before all repairs are completed to signals that were damaged when a Red Line train derailed in Boston.

A spokesman for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority tells The Boston Globe that the T is targeting October for having all the signals operating automatically. That’s later than original timelines had projected.

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No one was injured on June 11 when the train left the tracks near the JFK/UMass station, but the derailment caused major damage to the automatic signals and switches along a stretch of the Red Line, forcing trains to run at reduced speeds.

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Damage caused by the Red Line derailment (Photo credit: MBTA)

The MBTA has added more trains during the busiest commuting times in an effort to ease delays for commuters.

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