Services were suspended on the 17km section between the Norwegian town of Kopperå and Storlien in November 2013. Trafikverket has carried out remedial works to stablise the embankment, which dates from the 1880s, and advanced monitoring equipment has been installed to remotely detect any further movement in the structure. This is intended as a temporary measure until a permanent deviation can be constructed.

Following the completion of the works, Norwegian State Railways (NSB) reinstated its twice-daily Trondheim – Storlien passenger service on March 2.