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There are major delays on multiple train lines after a truck crashed into a rail bridge between Flinders Street and Southern Cross Station.
Multiple train lines were affected on Tuesday afternoon as Metro Trains encouraged passengers to allow for extra travel time.
At 5pm there were cancellations on 11 lines and major delays on three other lines.
(2) VicTraffic on Twitter: "An overheight-truck has hit the rail bridge at the intersection of Spencer Street and Flinders Street in the CBD. Lanes are blocked northbound and westbound. Follow the direction of @VictoriaPolice. Several @yarratrams routes are disrupted. #victraffic https://t.co/bR8LfeoGxP" / Twitter
The Department of Transport said at 5pm all northbound lanes were reopened on Spencer Street after the truck hit an overhead rail bridge.
Flinders Street also reopened westbound.
Trams on routes 12, 58, 70, 75, 96 and 109 were brought to a halt but had resumed normal services by 5pm, although residual delays were expected.
This article first appeared on www.heraldsun.com.au
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