Light Rail Service in St. Paul Resumes after Water Main Break, Delays Expected

Light Rail Service in St. Paul Resumes after Water Main Break, Delays Expected Photo: KSTP/File

November 30, 2017 07:42 AM

Metro Transit officials said delays were expected Thursday morning after a water main break occurred in St. Paul.

Green Line train service was affected while crews were at the scene of the water main break near 7th Street and Cedar Avenue.

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Metro Transit officials told KSTP light rail service between Union Depot and the Capitol-Rice Street station was initially suspended as a precaution.

Thursday morning, officials advised those wanting to take the light rail to board westbound Green Line trains on the eastbound platforms between Central and the Capitol-Rice Street station.

At about 7:30 a.m., Metro Transit issued an update that trains were operating on their normal tracks.

 

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