UPDATE @ 4.20PM | Tram services have resumed between the Gold Coast University Hospital and Southport after being out of action for over two hours.
Crews have now fixed an issue with overhead power lines.
While trams are back up and running, passengers are being warned to expect delays of up to 20 minutes.
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EARLIER @ 1.45PM | Tram customers are being warned of delays on the G:Link network because of an issue with overhead power lines.
Services are currently suspended between the Gold Coast University Hospital and Southport.
Buses have been called in to replace the trams.
Translink says customers should expect delays of at least 20 minutes.
Technicians are currently onsite investigating the problem but no timeframe has been given for when services will resume.
Today’s drama comes after all services were suspended for around five hours on Sunday night because of an issue with radio communications.
Update: Trams are suspended between Gold Coast University Hospital and Southport due to an overhead power line issue. Customers can expect delays of up to 20 minutes. Alternative transport is being arranged to transport customers. https://t.co/goDTXILp9h #TLAlert #Glink #ridetheg pic.twitter.com/5g55NhEAxk
— Translink (@Translink_QLD) October 27, 2021
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