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Train Scheduled to Begin Weekday Runs Today

October 7, 2005

The San José train, originally scheduled to begin its weekday runs at the end of September, was expected to pick up its first passengers this morning at 5:08 a.m. at the Pacific station in southern San José. Its first start date was delayed due to flooding on the Pacific coast that demanded railway personnel be temporarily redirected last week (TT, Sept. 30).The train will operate on a limited schedule for approximately two weeks while final repairs and construction projects are completed. For more information see The Tico Times’ Online Daily News page at ticotimes.net.

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