Polar Express Train, the train that opened for service last week, will stop for at least 10 minutes at stations for a “resistance-training exercise” before stopping.
Train stations will also open early on weekdays to allow passengers to “take the time to relax and enjoy the train journey.”
The train is scheduled to arrive in Los Angeles on Sunday.
“This train will make its first stop on Friday, July 13 at 6:30 a.m. at the LAX stop,” according to the ride’s Facebook page.
The trains have been open since early July and will continue to operate until Sunday.
This is the first train to stop in the Los Angeles area for an official demonstration of train resistance training.
It is expected that the train will open again to commuters on Sunday, according to a statement from the train company.
It’s not clear when the train might re-open.
In the past, a train has stopped and reopened for a demonstration in cities like New York, Chicago and Washington D.C. This train is not the first time trains have stopped in Los, but it is the most famous of the protests, and has drawn hundreds of thousands of people.
The train was part of the “resisting-training” movement that began in March and has been a fixture on the train’s Facebook timeline since.
It has been described by many as a “train for resistance.”
It began with an online petition with nearly 4,500 signatures calling for the train to “stop and be shut down for a short demonstration.”
The petition received a response from the company in June.
The company said that it was “proud of the positive response we have received and would be glad to continue this train for as long as it’s necessary.”
The company has since opened a Facebook event page for those who want to participate in the “train-resistance exercise.”
As of Thursday afternoon, the Facebook event had more than 2,700 people sign it.
It is unclear when the demonstration will take place, but the train could be back in service by Sunday.