NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Music City Star will operate on its normal schedule Monday after the possibility of more flooding prompted concerns as to whether the tracks would be clear.
WeGo Transit warned passengers of possible delays over the weekend, saying delays and cancellations could occur in light of the increased potential for flooding over the next couple of days.
The Star urged customers to seeks alternate modes of transportation on Monday as there may be flooding that could impede the safe operation of the train's morning commuter service.
As of 6 a.m., WeGo says the tracks are clear and service will run as scheduled.
ATTN Music City Star riders: The tracks are clear and train service will run as regularly scheduled. We appreciate your patience.
— WeGo Transit (@WeGoTransit) February 11, 2019