HOUSTON - METRO is resuming regular service on Wednesday after a pause due to Hurricane Nicholas.
On Monday evening, METRO suspended light rail and local bus service as the storm approached, and limited service resumed on Tuesday.
METRO says riders can plan to take their regular routes on Wednesday morning.
• Local bus routes, METRORail, METRORapid, Community Connector, Circulator, and Park & Ride services will operate their normal schedules.
• The METRORail Red and Green lines will have normal operations.
• For the METRORail Purple Line, METRO will provide free shuttle buses from the EADO/Stadium platform to the Palm Center Transit Center for the morning commute. Signs will direct riders to the shuttles and customers should allow for extra travel time.
• METROLift customers can book trips as usual online through MACS-WEB or by calling 713-225-6716.
METRO says riders should expect some detours and delays in the southeast region as work crews clear streets and restore power.
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