) to put out his cigarette.
· A dry but super chilly night.
· Annie served as Operations Lead for the IRQ platform hardening.
· G4S Security provided fare sales oversight and managed intersection safety at RQTC.
Per Grant O’Connell:
Signs deployed, 2 per Rose Quarter-bound platform, by 5:30pm at the following locations:
Lloyd Center/NE 11th Ave
NE 7th Ave
Oak/SW 1st Ave
· In addition to inspection at IRQ, there were 3 inspectors riding trains between Lloyd and RQ.
· Most customers arriving at IRQ already had fares (at least NB). A few people said they were surprised to see TriMet staff checking fares there.
· Lloyd was, by far, the busiest fare sales location.
(Most folks took MAX from there to RQ vs. choosing to walk this time.)
· TVM Issues:
° #81 at Yamhill -- not working intermittently, mainly when folks used credit cards.
° #51 at Lloyd Center (EB) – out of service with a white screen.
· Ops Lead decided not to do formal inspection at either IRQ or RQTC. Just “load and go.”
· Fans stayed until the end of game; the Blazers lost by 5.
· Event broke around 9:25 pm. MAX service was sufficient, despite the WB extra service train arriving to a nearly empty platform, as it didn’t come through until 9:50 pm.
· NB Yellow Line Train #73 held from around 9:28-9:31 pm, allowing about 50 customers to board. The next train arrived at 9:43 pm to a pretty full NB platform, but customers seemed pleasant.