VTA Light-Rail Service Resumes After Hours-Long Stoppage

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Regular Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail service has resumed Wednesday morning after being suspended for hours due to an overhead electrical line issue, VTA officials said.

The problem was initially reported at 4:30 a.m. by the transit agency, which is running shuttle buses through the system along the light-rail lines until normal service resumes.

VTA officials said shortly after 7:30 a.m. that trains were pulling out of the agency's yard for normal service after temporary repairs had been implemented, and that crews will continue the repairs later Wednesday.

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