Update, 3:17 p.m.: Repairs to the Metro Green Line overhead power supply system are complete at this time. Trains are resuming normal service with residual delays as the regular schedule is re-established.
The Metro Green Line is currently running trains every 20 minutes due to overhead power supply damage near Long Beach Boulevard Station. Green Line trains are servicing all stations, but are sharing the Norwalk-bound track near Long Beach Boulevard Station.
More overhead wire damage was discovered this morning by track personnel between Harbor Freeway and Avalon and also between Willowbrook/Rosa Parks and Long Beach Boulevard stations. Crews are now performing emergency repair work at both incident locations.
At this time, there is no estimated time of completion. Green Line customers are encouraged to allow extra time to complete their trips. Line 460 is also available as an alternate route for those commuting between Downtown L.A. and Norwalk.
Metro would also like to thank all customers that may be inconvenienced while we work to resume normal operations. For the latest service updates, please check back here on the Source or follow us on Twitter @metrolosangeles and @metrolaalerts.
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