UPDATE: MetroRail Running Again

Natural gas leak near 7th interrupts service

UPDATE: MetroRail Running Again
photo by Lee Nichols

UPDATE from this morning: Cap Metro now says:

Capital MetroRail is resuming full service. The next northbound departure from Downtown Station will leave as scheduled at 3:15 p.m.

This is an update of the previous post below:

Most MetroRail users have probably already learned this by now, but Cap Metro says:

Due to a natural gas leak near 7th Street, Capital MetroRail service is not running south of the MLK Station until further notice. We are activating our bus bridge plan for customers to connect to/from MLK, Plaza Saltillo and Downtown stations.

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