Gold Line through-service restored – Trains running at 20-minute intervals

Gold Line service to all stations has been restored at 1 p.m. Repairs to tracks blocked by a fallen tree have enabled through-service on a single track. Repairs to overhead catenary wires continue until further notice. Until normal service is resumed, which is likely by tomorrow, northbound and southbound trains will depart from all Gold Line stations at 20-minute intervals. Service will include three-car trains to accommodate passengers. Bus service to transport passengers between the Southwest Museum station and Mission station has been cancelled.

Service was disrupted at approx. 4 a.m. this morning when a tree fell on the tracks just north of the Highland Park station near the Arroyo Seco Bridge. Work crews have removed the tree and are now repairing damage to the overhead catenary wires. Tracks were not damaged in the incident.