The Gold Line is back operating on both tracks with no delays. Problem that required trains to single track at the Highland Park Station, causing 20 minute delays, is resolved.
What was happening: Gold Line trains were running every 20 minutes due to technical difficulties with an overhead catenary wire at the Avenue 60 crossing near Highland Park. Metro substituted longer trains to provide additional capacity for the afternoon commute. At the Highland Park Station, trains in both directions made use of the northbound tracks (labeled Pasadena-Sierra Madre Villa). Trains were holding at Southwest Museum Station and Mission Station to allow for trains in opposite directions to clear switches.