Thursday, May 20, 2010

4 new metro stations in june

The stations Tamanduateí and Vila Prudente, of the Green Line 2 and Paulista and Faria Lima stations of the Yellow Line 4 should be opened until the end of next month. The information is from the Assessoria de Imprensa da Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo (Metrô) (Press Office of the Subway Company of São Paulo - Metro), although they have no set yet a day of delivery.

Following the release of security protocols, the stations should be open to the public in times that are not of peak movement. In the case of Line 4, this has already been set: from 9am to 3pm. Further, the times will increase. This is a standard procedure.

Since early last year, were announced several delivery of the section between stations Paulista and Faria Lima. At first, the plan was to open in March, in the last days of the then Governor Jose Serra (PSDB) in office, but the deadline was postponed to April, and now up to the end of June. The delay, according to the Press office of the company, is attributed to a "rigid testing protocol."

(Agencia Estado)

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