SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — Sacramento Regional Transit had service interrupted for a few hours along all three light rail lines in downtown Sacramento on Friday.

According to SacRT, the scheduled service disruption was scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. due to the removal of a large tree limb that was damaged in a recent storm.

SacRT said the work was completed and train service resumed at 1 p.m.

The tree was close to the overhead lines that power the trains, and officials said power had to be turned off while work was conducted. 

The following light rail services were affected in downtown Sacramento: 

  • Blue Line between Globe Station and 13th Street Station
  • Gold Line between Sacramento Valley Station and 13th Street Station
  • Green Line Service will be suspended. Use local bus service Route 11

SacRT said a bus bridge was in place to transport riders between the affected stations. 

Riders can visit the alerts section of the SacRT website or call 916-331-2877 for additional information.