Officials plan to resume service on Tuesday barring further events, but in the meantime, buses will be provided for commuters on the Everett-to-Seattle route.

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Sounder north line train service between Everett and Seattle was canceled Monday after a mudslide. Sound Transit said in a news release that it will monitor the situation and, if there are no additional events, train service is expected to resume Tuesday.

Riders can check Sound Transit for information on special bus service for Monday morning and evening.

The mudslide occurred about 2:20 a.m. Sunday in the Everett area, with mud and trees debris that covered both tracks and was to be removed, a Sound Transit spokeswoman said.