LRT 2 operations resume after air pressure glitch
MANILA, Philippines — Operations of the Light Rail Transit 2 resumed after the line suffered a technical glitch on Wednesday.
In an advisory on its official Facebook page posted 7:27 p.m. Wednesday, the Light Rail Transit Authority said LRT 2 operations were suspended earlier due to a technical problem and passengers were advised to take alternative modes of transportation.
LRT-2 Operation has been suspended due to technical problem. please be advised to take an alternative transport. we are…
Updating the post later, the LRTA announced the resumption of train operations.
According to LRTA spokesperson Lyn Paragas-Janeo, a train stopped at the Betty Go-Belmonte station at 7:28 p.m. and resumed 7:34 p.m.
Janeo told INQUIRER.net that the cause of the glitch was a “air pressure problem,” a usual problem for trains to stop.
“But our intervention was quick so operations we’re able to resume shortly,” Janeo said in Filipiono.
(Editor: Alexander T. Magno)
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