“Broken rail” has the A Line to DIA running a delay today

The A Line outside of downtown Denver.(Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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The A Line by DIA. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The train to the plane will be running on 40 to 60 minute delays in both directions from Denver to Denver International Airport this morning, Dec. 8.

Trains are running on a single track between 38th and Blake and 40th and Airport due to a “broken rail around Central Park,” RTD reports. A bus shuttle also is in place to supplement the route.

“Please allow extra time for travel and try and stay warm. Alternate transportation is advised due to the frigid temperature. We apologize,” RTD states.

Andrew Kenney

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