Passengers on Metro Gold Line trains experienced delays north of Chinatown Monday afternoon due to a power issue, Metro officials said.
The power problem began at around 11:30 a.m. and forced the suspension of train service between the Highland Park and Chinatown stations. Metro provided shuttle buses to ferry passengers between the stations.
Metro officials said a portion of the line’s overhead power supply was damaged near the Southwest Museum Station and some residual delays could last through the evening rush hour.
— City News Service