Canada Line track issue causing delays in Richmond

Canada Line track issue causing delays in Richmond
Track issue causes delay to Canada Line service Friday morning
TransLink says there are shuttle trains operating at Bridgeport to Brighouse Station on the Brighouse side of the tracks and Bridgeport to YVR on the Waterfront side of the tracks.

#SkyTrain Canada Line delays. Shuttle trains operating Bridgeport to Brighouse Stn on the Brighouse side of the tracks and Bridgeport to YVR on the Waterfront side of the tracks. ^RR

The transit authority says additional security and Transit Police are at the stations to ensure passenger safety and crowd control.

Millennium and Expo Line are unaffected and are running normally. Additional security and Transit Police are at the stations to ensure passenger safety and providing crowd control.

TransLink says there are delays between Bridgeport and YVR and Richmond-Brighouse stations because of a track issue.

Riders seeking alternative routes to SkyTrain are encouraged to look at TransLink’s trip planner online or contact the customer information desk (604-953-3333) for trip planning advice.

Canada Line trains are delayed between Bridgeport Station and the YVR and Richmond-Brighouse stops.

TransLink says a track issue is causing the delay. Commuters travelling in either direction will need to transfer at Bridgeport.

Additional security and Transit Police officers have been called in to ensure crowd control and passenger safety at the affected Canada Line stations.

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