Edmonton

Missing arrival information related to LRT signal problems

Problems integrating the signalling system on the new Metro line to NAIT with the existing LRT technology is causing more headaches for the city.

Same issue delaying opening of Metro LRT line

Problems integrating the old and new signalling systems has delayed opening of the Metro LRT line by more than a year. (CBC)

The disappearance of arrival information on LRT platform signs is being blamed on problems with the system's signalling system.

Problems integrating the old and new signalling systems has delayed opening of the new Metro line to NAIT by more than a year. 

Transportation department spokesman Graeme McElheran said the city removed all arrival times to ensure passengers weren't getting incorrect information.

"We're keeping them blank for the moment and compensating with public address announcements, online information and 311," he said.

He expects to the issue will be fixed in the next few days.

Digital signs are currently not showing train arrival times. (CBC )

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