The western wing of the STM orang line has been shut down between Côte-Vertu and Namur stations, according to a post to the Ligne Orange Twitter account. As of the time of writing, service is expected to resume at 19:00.\nThe STM explains that this service disruption is due to a blocked train door. The transit company offers no further details, but often cites passenger attempts to hold open train doors as one of the leading causes of service delays.\nShutdown ORANGE line between Côte-Vertu and Namur. Door of train blocked. Service expected to resume at 19:00. #stminfo T— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) May 24, 2019\nSuch action is the target of the latest STM ad campaign, which aims to educate riders about behaviour that could lead to slowed service.\nEarlier this month, the STM had reached a record number of days without a major orange line disruption in 2019.\nUPDATE 18:55\nOrange line service will now not resume until 19:30.\nShutdown continues ORANGE line between Côte-Vertu and Namur. Door of train blocked. Service expected to resume at 19:30. #stminfo W— Ligne Orange (@stm_Orange) May 24, 2019\nThere are still no details as to the cause of the blocked door.\nThough one rider has some helpful advice:\nUse a crowbar— Glyrion (@Glyrion) May 24, 2019\nThis service disruption comes the same day that the STM had to evacuate and shut down Papineau green line station due to structural issues. According to some reports, part of the station ceiling threatened to collapse.\nNos équipes sont sur place pour permettre de rouvrir la station dans les meilleurs délais. En attendant, la navette 815 (pour Beaudry) est prolongée jusqu’à Frontenac pour pallier la fermeture de la station. Des véhicules sont ajoutés sur le circuit.— STM (@stm_nouvelles) May 24, 2019\nThe STM seemed reluctant to admit this, but stated that the station was emptied as a precautionary measure.\nPapineau station has since reopened.\nStay tuned for updates. We will update this article with more information as it becomes available.