MiamiHerald / Metrorail passengers began riding the second new train launched by Miami-Dade County since Ronald Reagan was president. The bad news: It’s half the size of the four-car train launched in November.
The two-car train that debuted Tuesday morning officially puts the county behind schedule, based on a projected lineup of new cars the county’s transit agency published in June. That schedule showed eight Metrorail cars in service by Feb. 1, but there are only six cars running now. A transit spokesman, Luis Espinoza, said a second pair of cars would start rolling in February.
Riding newly released trains 309 & 310. Thank you and ride on! pic.twitter.com/YeQW6KXwGd
– Miami-Dade Transit (@IRideMDT) January 30, 2018 A second new Metrorail train launched on Tuesday
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