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Plan ahead Updated: 3:14 p.m., Thu. Jul. 30, 2015

With temperatures expected to climb past 100 today, stay hydrated and plan ahead for delays. MAX trains slow to no more than 35 mph when temps top 100. WES trains slow to 30 mph in 95+ temps. If the heat exceeds 105, Portland and Western Railroad will not allow WES to run and service will be provided by shuttle buses. Learn more

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