Ottawa’s light rail trains will continue to skip St-Laurent station on Tuesday, as engineers complete repairs on delaminated ceiling tiles above the platform.

A memo to council sent Monday afternoon said trains will continue to run through the station, but will not stop.

The station has been closed to commuters since Friday morning after routine inspection found “a few of the suspended ceiling tiles above the platform were disrupted,” according to Richard Holder, director of engineering services at OC Transpo.

This is not the first time damage to the concrete has been found at the station. A freedom of information request obtained by CBC earlier this year showed inspectors found “severe” and in some cases, “very severe” damage to the concrete tiles in 2020.

CBC reported the city did not patch up some problem areas for years after the issues were observed in 2020.