South Bay News
Power issues prompt delays on two light rail lines in San Jose
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light rail riders in San Jose are experiencing some delays this morning and service has been disrupted on two light rail lines.
Overhead power issues have disrupted service between the Japantown/Ayer and San Fernando light rail stations on the Mountain View-Winchester line and between the Japantown/Ayer and Tamien stations on the Santa Teresa-Alum Rock line, according to the VTA.
Buses are providing alternate service to all impacted stations.
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