GO Transit train service resumes on Lakeshore West line

GO train service has resumed on the Lakeshore West line after a bridge that was struck by a truck was inspected Monday morning.

Service was temporarily halted Monday morning

GO train service has resumed on the Lakeshore West line after a bridge that was struck by a truck was inspected Monday morning. 

The affected bridge is located just east of Oakville on the southern train line. Service stopped on the route that runs between Hamilton and Toronto for about half an hour after 7 a.m.

GO transit says commuters should expect some delays as a result of the service disruption.

The 7:50 a.m. train from Union to Oshawa stations was cancelled due to the delay.

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