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Delays and cancellations in store for train passengers south of Stockholm

Traffic isn't expected to return to normal until Tuesday. Photo: Fredrik Persson / TT

Published: 21.Oct.2019 07:54 hrs

Commuters are advised to brace for a day of delays and cancelled trains south of Stockholm, with train traffic only expected to return to normal on Tuesday morning.

A railroad switch between Flemingsberg and Södertälje, south of central Stockholm, was damaged early on Monday morning, and will now need to be changed. This is going to affect train traffic significantly in the meantime.

"We will be driving on one of the two tracks, and will also use the commuter train track," Ulrika Karlsson from the Swedish Transport Administration's press office told the TT news agency.

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