VIA Rail train travelling between Prince George, BC and Prince Rupert BC delayed

Company says 'operational issues' caused the problems

  • Feb. 2, 2015 6:00 p.m.

VIA Rail Canada (VIA Rail) wishes to inform its passengers that, due to operational issues, Train #5 operating between Prince George and Prince Rupert is experiencing four hours of delay, announced the railway today, Feb. 2.

VIA Rail is communicating with customers who have reservations on the affected trains and regrets the inconvenience that this situation may cause.

Also, Train #6 scheduled to operate between Prince George and Jasper today was cancelled.

Customers wishing to change their date of travel may do so at no additional charge by calling 1-888-VIA-RAIL (1-888-842-7245) or 1-800-268-9503 (hearing impaired).

 

 

 

 

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