The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority reminded the public on Twitter at 1:45 p.m. Sunday that VTA light rail service is suspended until further notice. Buses are running along the VTA light rail routes, officials said.
The buses are also running on the less-frequent Sunday service schedule on Sunday and Monday because of the Memorial Day holiday.
"Thank you for your patience while we navigate this unprecedented difficult time," VTA officials stated in the post.
The bus bridges set up to cover light rail service will be discontinued starting Tuesday, the agency said. VTA said the substitute bus service is ending because of limited staffing.
The transit agency is asking commuters to plan their trips via regular buses.
Editor's note: This story has been edited to reflect the fact that the Twitter announcement was a reminder of the temporary suspension. The initial announcement was made Wednesday shortly after the shooting at the VTA yard.