Freight train derailment affects TRAX service
MURRAY, Utah — A freight train derailment early Thursday morning has caused delays for the northbound line running from the Fashion Place West stop.
UTA said that shortly after the derailment the car affecting the line was able to be moved and the trains would be back up and running at “significantly reduced” speeds.
TRAX Update 5:45 am: Our trains are now able to service the stations, but will travel for now at significantly reduced speeds while we work to return trains to their schedules.
— UTA (@RideUTA) April 4, 2019
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