The Railways has already taken a decision to hike train fares for the next few months after a derailment of a train at the BNSF railway station in West Los Angeles.
According to reports, the BLS will hike rail fares by about 5% for all trips from March to September, which is to cover the fare hike and other costs related to the derailment.
The rail company has not said how much the hike will affect train fares but it is likely to be significant.
The BLS has also decided to increase train fares by 15% in 2019.BNSF said the train was travelling at 45 km/h and there was no emergency situation.
In a statement, the company said the accident was caused by a mechanical failure and not by an electrical failure.
“The accident was an electrical breakdown,” the statement said.
“The BNSFH has confirmed that there was not a mechanical breakdown.
The train has been recovered and will be sent back to BNSDF.”
The statement said the cause of the accident is under investigation and that the train will be repaired, if necessary.
The B-train service between the US and Canada is a regular commuter service, and the B-line is the fastest in the US.
The trains pass through West Los Feliz, which has seen numerous derailments, and have a high degree of accident risk.
It is the largest of the California’s B-lines, with around 10% of all the rail lines in the state.