Van bridge in place after S-Line loses power
Mar 28, 2023, 11:02 AM | Updated: 11:02 am
(Kristin Murphy/Deseret News)
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority’s S-Line shut down on Tuesday after a car hit a nearby power pole.
UTA spokesman Carl Arky said a non-UTA vehicle hit a power pole on 500 East Tuesday morning. Around 7:44 a.m., UTA alerted riders that the crash caused the streetcar to shut down.
Arky said UTA expected that the S-Line would be down for “quite some time.”
UTA placed a van bridge along the entire affected route.
UTA asked that anyone needing ADA accommodations use buses because the vans do not have the right accommodations.
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