TriMet posted a sweeping notice on a website: “All MAX lines experiencing delays due to difficult rains and station water. Plan additional time.”
The service alerts page lists some-more than 80 train routes also influenced by a difficult rains dousing a Portland metro area.
High H2O and embroiled trade are causing delays via a city, a movement group said.
The delays, in turn, were wreaking massacre with commuter schedules.
No yeah that’s cold @trimet, cancel my train to get me to my final.
— Carli Fronius (@carlijayne7) December 7, 2015
— Kyle (@antipex) December 7, 2015
And a preference to train or bike becomes some-more difficult https://t.co/OF4vJzzKkY
— Steve Howland (@showland886) December 7, 2015
Blocked drains and flooded streets also were causing problems with a Portland Streetcar.
Service was dangling between Northwest 23rd Avenue and Marshall Street and Portland State University since of station water.
“Crews are in a margin operative to transparent a marks and we will revive use as shortly as possible,” a movement group pronounced in a news release.
— The Oregonian/OregonLive