Rail service between Oceanside and San Diego is scheduled to be restored –

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SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Service between Oceanside and San Diego on the local segment of the Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor was scheduled to reopen Monday after maintenance and infrastructure improvements.

We draw the attention of passengers that on Monday, train delays of up to 15 minutes are possible.

Weekend closures like the one that ended Monday, known as “Absolute Work Windows,” allow construction crews to work safely and smoothly on and along the rail line for improvement and maintenance work.

The closure affected rail services operating on the San Diego LOSSAN segment, including the North County Transit District and BNSF freight.

During the closure, crews from the San Diego Association of Governments distributed and graded ballast rock along the El Portal Underpass in Encinitas. This operation was carried out in order to provide suitable tracks for railway personnel on both sides of the bridge.

NCTD and other agencies have been working on separate planned construction on other sections of the LOSSAN corridor.

Coastal rail service remains suspended north of the North County Transit District service area. Metrolink has suspended service on the Orange County and Inland Empire-Orange County lines south of the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo station, and Amtrak Pacific Surfliner trains will not run between Irvine and San Diego.

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