September 22, 2023

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T service back online after loss of ‘all controls and functions,’ Pittsburgh Regional Transit said


PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A laptop or computer issue halted the total light rail program of Pittsburgh Regional Transit on Monday early morning.

A glitch in a computer server just following 9 a.m. remaining the rail management heart unable to see the places of any of their trains. PRT explained the challenges as a loss of “all controls and functions of the rail method.”

No passengers were stranded since the cars and trucks could still shift and created their way again to South Hills Village.

Just right after 11 a.m., service inbound from South Hills Village was restored. About an hour later, the overall process was back on the net and receiving again to normal provider.

“Rail cars are leaving South Hills Village to head inbound, but there will not be any outbound trips from the North Shore for about 45 minutes,” PRT claimed in a tweet. 

PRT said riders need to count on the T to be functioning about 10 minutes guiding program.

No word on what caused the problem.   

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