With two earthquakes in the Los Angeles region in the past 12 hours — both reported as 4.5-magnitude by the U.S. Geological Survey — Metro is reporting no damage to its rail system.
As per procedure, trains slowed down immediately after the quake to ensure the system had not suffered damage.
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The first segment of the Red Line was already up and running when the Northridge earthquake struck.
I don’t know how the Red Line measures up to BART, which bounced through Loma Prieta OK.
What magnitude are the tunnels or stations designed to withstand.
Good question, David.
I don’t know off the top of my head. I’ll try to get an answer by tomorrow.
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