TransLink has confirmed that the SkyTrain car that broke down early this morning was one of the new Mark III trains.
That stall putting a damper to commuters at 6 a.m. which saw the car with its emergency lights flashing at the end of the SkyBridge near Scott Road station.
Earlier today TransLink said a train lost power on the sky bridge and had to be manually removed.
The train was one of the new models that was launched earlier this year.
No word yet on a cause of the stall, TransLink says more information is coming.
Seven of the new Mark III cars have been budgeted at $91 million, with 28 in total expected over the next three years.