Metrorail service disrupted in downtown Miami

Miami, USA – April 27, 2022: View of downtown Miami and the Miami River. The image shows Metrorail service crossing the ramp over the Miami River surrounded by modern skyscrapers. Metrorail is a commuter rail system operated by Miami-Dade Transit in Miami. (CHUYN, Getty Images)

MIAMI – Miami-Dade Transit reported a temporary disruption in Metrorail service in downtown Miami Thursday morning.

Trains in both directions between the Historic Overtown, Government Center and Brickell stations were replaced with a bus shuttle between Culmer and Brickell stations.

Miami-Dade Transit initially expected to resume service later in the morning, but then said the delay time would be “unknown.”

The agency said delays were due to a “medical emergency.”

UPDATE: Metrorail delay due to medical emergency. Trains are bypassing Gov’t Center Station. Estimated delay time unknown. A free bus shuttle is providing service between Culmer and Brickell Metrorail stations. Please see guards for assistance.

— Miami-Dade Transit (@IRideMDT) December 1, 2022

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