Below is a direct update from CN regarding the on-going disruption in Western Canada.
CN crews have been working safely and diligently throughout the day to clean and repair multiple sites affected by the significant rainfall in British Columbia/Western Canada.
CN has made progress in restoring portions of the Yale Subdivision and crews are also working to repair rock slide and washout sites on the Ashcroft Subdivision.
All intermodal and carload traffic northbound and eastbound from Vancouver, as well as traffic inbound to Vancouver from east/north of Kamloops continue to be affected by this situation.
Should you require any immediate assistance or further information please contact your Account Manager or Customer Service Representative.
Rail and Truck Update – CP Cascade and CN Yale Subdivisions: CP is experiencing a track outage on the Cascade subdivision, north of Hope, B.C. Per CP in its customer bulletin, CN is also experiencing an outage on the Yale subdivision, near Chilliwack, B.C. Both outages are impacting mainline train operations in those areas. CP teams are on site and will inspect tracks on the Cascade subdivision. Currently there is no time frame for service to resume in the affected area.
Source: Canadian National Railway (CN)
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