OCEANSIDE (CNS) - There won't be any train service along the San Diego County coast this weekend because of scheduled work on the rail lines, according to the San Diego Association of Governments and the North County Transit District.
SANDAG, the regional planning agency, reported that upgrades will be made at numerous locations between downtown San Diego and Oceanside until early Monday morning.
Regular train service is set to resume in time for the Monday morning commute.
Amtrak, the NCTD's Coaster, and freight trains will all be shut down until early Monday morning.
The NCTD suggested using its Breeze Bus Route 101 as an alternative.
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