ATLANTA - MARTA says train rail service on the Gold Line between the Lenox station and the Doraville station is back to normal operations after a tree fell and caused a power outage. according to a tweet from the transit service's official Twitter page.
There is no train service on the Gold Line north of Lenox Station due to rail power cut due to large fallen tree. Bus Bridge in effect between Lenox and Doraville serving all stations in between. No ETA on when tree can be removed and power restored.— MARTA (@MARTASERVICE) June 8, 2018
MARTA says the large tree fell and cut a power line, which disrupted service on the Gold Line on northbound and southbound lines. A bus bridge was used to transport passengers between the Lenox and Doraville stations.
MARTA Gold Line returned to normal service at 8:30 pm. Bus bridge was terminated between Lenox and Doraville. Thank you for your understanding.— MARTA (@MARTASERVICE) June 9, 2018
Workers went to the scene to remove the tree.
MARTA said power was restored around 8:30 p.m. on Friday.