GOLD LINE: Trains every 10 min this morning due to signal issue. All trains are 3-car, use entire platform to board. pic.twitter.com/D4Kol7LXY0
— Metro Rider Alerts (@metrolaalerts) November 26, 2018
The Gold Line will run every 10 minutes during a.m. and p.m. rush hour—instead of the normal six minute peak service—as crews perform signal repairs.
On Thursday, November 22, a semi-trailer truck crashed onto Gold Line tracks in Pasadena damaging a signal case, which controls the speed and spacing of trains. While there is no exact completion date, the work could take up to two weeks to finish.
All riders are encouraged to allow extra time for their commute as trains may be crowded. All trains will run with three cars. For live updates please continue to check metro.net or follow us on Twitter @metrolaalerts.
Metro has a project in the works to raise the barriers between 210 traffic lanes and the tracks, which run down the middle of the freeway. Here is the status from this month’s staff report to the Metro Board of Directors’ Construction Committee:
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