Muni Metro 3-car trains in October?
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Gasp. Could it be true?
According to Streetsblog SF, Muni’s tests and software upgrades have been done, and three-car Muni Metro trains could come to the system’s underground stations as soon as late October/early November. You might no longer have to wonder why underground platforms are hella long, and the trains themselves are hella short.
We first learned of Muni’s plan to test three-car trains nearly two years ago. Nice to see the agency follow through.
As Streetsblog SF reports, Muni is also planning to implement “double-train loading.” That’s when, say, the K and the M pulling into a station and loading passengers at the same time. Genius!
For more, check out the post on Streetsblog SF.