After almost two hours of failures, Metrô goes back to work in SP

After almost two hours of failures, Metrô goes back to work in SP

Problem was caused by a traction failure: train could not move at programmed speed on Monday morning (17)

São Paulo Metro lines operate with problems on Monday (17)Edu Garcia / R7 / 17.09.2018After nearly two hours experiencing problems such as stopped trains and slow speed at stations of the 1-Blue and 3-Red line , the São Paulo Metro resumed its normal operation on Monday morning (17).The company initially reported the problem at 8:08 am at Sé station. An hour later, the normalization process began.However, it was only at 9:42 am that the situation was regularized.The situation was caused by a traction problem that the train suffered, that is, it could not move at the programmed speed.According to the company, it took more than 30 minutes for the composition to be removed from the line.While the problem was not normalized, users faced access restriction and platform turmoil.Metro said it controlled the entry of passengers into the stations, as well as access to turnstiles.As the situation persisted, some of the users gave up waiting for the public service and chose to loo...


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