New slide causes havoc for ACE train commuters; service suspended until Monday
SAN JOSE — Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) trains will resume normal operating service Monday, according to the transit agency. Union Pacific will run in front of all ACE trains to inspect the tracks for obstructions.
On two occasions last week, hundreds of ACE passengers were stalled on the tracks due to mudslides.
On Wednesday, the agency canceled service through the rest of the week and weekend on the line which operates between Stockton and San Jose.
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ACE will resume normal operating service on all morning and evening trains on Monday, January 23, 2023. In addition, Union Pacific will operate ahead of all ACE trains for track inspection.
— ACE Train (@ACE_train) January 22, 2023
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