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Safety: Emergency Button


emergency button inside light rail Each light rail train is equipped with multiple red "Emergency" buttons that will notify the light rail operator that you are in need of assistance. Once pressed the light rail operator will respond to your request when safe to do so.

Clearly and succinctly inform the light rail operator of your needs when they respond to your request. The light rail operator will take appropriate action to help resolve any emergency including being able to request assistance from county emergency services or law enforcement. Light rail operators are prohibited from exiting the operator's cabin in the event of a passenger altercation.

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Last update: 01/19/2018

Bus Bridge due to Rail Construction at Tasman and Old Ironsides: Day and night work, January 26-29, 2018

Temporary Bus Stop Closure on Santa Clara Street at 7th: Bus stop at Santa Clara & 7th Street to be closed temporarily for construction.

Road Lane Closures on E Brokaw Rd. at N First Street, January 16-22, 2018: E Brokaw Rd. Rail Repair and Lane Closures at N First Street, Day and Night from January 16-22, 2018

Temporary Bus Stop Relocation: for line 323 through February 2018