Gold Line trains are running full service from East L.A. to Pasadena on normal Sunday schedule . Tracks are cleared and repairs to power line structure damaged by fallen tree in Highland Park on Friday morning were completed and fully tested by 7:35 a.m.
Service on the Gold Line continues with a 20-minute delay as a traction and power crew works to repair damage to the catenary system just north of the Highland Park station. Trains are running on a single-track between Southwest Museum station in Mt. Washington and Mission station in South Pasadena [continue reading]
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 [continue reading]
At approximately 4 a.m., a tree fell on the overhead power lines of the Gold Line at the Arroyo Verde road crossing just north of the Highland Park Station, blocking both tracks and damaging overhead catenary wires. Repair crews are on the scene and expected to clear the southbound track [continue reading]
Two trains are operating between the Sierra Madre station in eastern Pasadena and the Mission station in South Pasadena. Five trains are operating north and south between Southwest Museum and Atlantic stations. Service out of Sierra Madre will operate every 20 minutes. Service out of the Atlantic will operate every [continue reading]
At approximately 4 a.m., a tree fell on the overhead power lines of the Metro Gold Line at the Arroyo Verde road crossing. The tree is blocking both train tracks. Repair crews are on scene and hope to clear track 2 to enable single tracking around the location when possible. [continue reading]
On item 13 on today’s agenda, the Board of Directors asked Metro staff to further study if there’s a way to install four-quadrant crossing gates on the Eastside Gold Line without doing a full-blown environmental impact report and/or study. Staff had recommended hiring a contractor to do the environmental work. [continue reading]
The Los Angeles Times reported today that a Metrolink train failed to stop at a red signal last week on the San Bernardino line east of downtown, but that it stopped before reaching a stretch of tracks where there was an oncoming train. Several members of the Metrolink Board of [continue reading]
Blue Line trains are back on schedule. No more delays.
Service delays on the Metro Blue Line continued this morning following construction work over the weekend by the Expo Construction Authority. Earlier this morning test trains traveling the segment from the Washington Station to the Pico Station encountered some problems. As a result, a bus bridge remains in place to [continue reading]