Train fans rejoice.
Dan Malouf offers a sneak peak at the new Purple Line light rail trains that will eventually operate in Maryland.
While the trains will operate in Prince George's and Montgomery counties in Maryland, the trains are being assembled in Elmira, New York.
The access to the assembly line in the factory comes from the official Purple Line Twitter account.
Assembly of the #PurpleLine Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs) has begun in Elmira, NY! Each 5-segment #LRV is 140 feet long, ADA compliant & includes on-board storage for bicycles. Final assembly will take place in Prince George’s County #PurpleLineMD #LightRail #CAF #MDOTscenes pic.twitter.com/05dp8lb5kY
— Purple Line (@PurpleLineMD) January 28, 2019
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