Temporary Gold Line Service Disruption Effective June 21, 2019

June 4, 2019 SacRT in Community

Due to a property purchase, SacRT needs to relocate one of its power substations in the downtown area that will impact weekend Gold Line light rail service in June.

The move will require a temporary shutdown of the power near the Sacramento Valley Station beginning on Friday, June 21 at 9 p.m. through the end of light rail service on Sunday, June 23, and again the weekend of June 28.

During the service disruption, special SacRT buses will transport light rail customers between the 9th & K Station (Gold Line trains will only extend service to this station during the service disruption) and the Sacramento Valley Station for riders traveling west, and the Sacramento Valley Station and the 7th & Capitol Station for riders traveling east.

Customers who need to travel to the Sacramento Valley Station will need to exit Gold Line trains at the 9th & K Station and walk one block to the 8th and K bus stop to catch the special service bus. Buses will mirror the light rail stations and hours of service stopping to drop off and pick up passengers at the 8th and K bus stop (8th & K Station); 8th and H bus stop (8th & H/County Center Station); Sacramento Valley Station bus stop (Sacramento Valley Station); 7th and H bus stop (7th & I/County Center Station) and 7th and Capitol bus stop (short walk to the 7th & Capitol Station). See map for details. Blue Line light rail service will not be affected.